Talk:Le Pressier / Ink Pusher

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(New page: I'm not sure if the main article should be Le Pressier or Ink Pusher. FYI, the WHOIS info: lepressier.com domain was created February 2008, while inkpusher.com was created September 2008...)
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I'm not sure if the main article should be Le Pressier or Ink Pusher.  FYI, the WHOIS info:  lepressier.com domain was created February 2008, while inkpusher.com was created September 2008.  So maybe I've got it backwards--maybe an editor could help me out?
I'm not sure if the main article should be Le Pressier or Ink Pusher.  FYI, the WHOIS info:  lepressier.com domain was created February 2008, while inkpusher.com was created September 2008.  So maybe I've got it backwards--maybe an editor could help me out?
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: This is similar to the title of the article [[Mobilivre-Bookmobile]], which are one in the same event but with names in both English and French. Mobilivre-Bookmobile also had headquarters in Quebec, as does this bookstore. I would include both names in the title of the article - Quebec is a predominantly French speaking province, and Canada is a bilingual country. [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 05:02, 3 October 2009 (UTC)

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I'm not sure if the main article should be Le Pressier or Ink Pusher. FYI, the WHOIS info: lepressier.com domain was created February 2008, while inkpusher.com was created September 2008. So maybe I've got it backwards--maybe an editor could help me out?

This is similar to the title of the article Mobilivre-Bookmobile, which are one in the same event but with names in both English and French. Mobilivre-Bookmobile also had headquarters in Quebec, as does this bookstore. I would include both names in the title of the article - Quebec is a predominantly French speaking province, and Canada is a bilingual country. InvisibleFriend 05:02, 3 October 2009 (UTC)
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