How We Organise And Categorise Our List Entries

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How We Organise And Categorise Our List Entries on Music Industrapedia

Music Industrapedia has a number of rules in how we organise and categorise list entries on our site.
We do this to make the site more manageable and to provide our members and site visitors witha map and an outline of who's who and where they fit in the global music directory. We also have some unique page category naming conventions to work within the operating parameters of Wikidot who host our site

Below is a rundown of each areas category listing rules that needs to be adhered to when creating pages for and listing your created pages on our site:

Please Note: Anything which does not fit within the category rules below (its outside our described guidelines) will be categorised by the Industrapedia Music Council

Musician fall into three categories on our site….

  1. Major Musicians
  2. Local Musicians
  3. Classical Musicians

Within the classical music industry we have separate pages for Composers, Conductors and Musicians. A person who is all of these things is eligible to be included in all three separate pages listings for the country they have their origins with or have spent most of there life, but the page that are categorised under must be in the area they are most notable for because we due to our page organisation hierarchy a person should have only one page to represent them and that page should categorised under the area they are most known for. As an example of this Leonard Bernstein is both noted as a Classical Conductor and Composer, but because he is more recognisable as a conductor than as a composer, we have categorised his artist page as 'classical-conductors-america:Leonard Bernstein'

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