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===List of Aar bridges in Berne===
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This peer review discussion has been closed. Category:July 2008 peer reviews This could become a featured list in time, I think, but advice about how best to organise the ancillary content (lead text, ferries...), about the standard of writing and about general MOS compliance would be most welcome. Sandstein 17:57, 14 June 2008 (UTC) Comments by Doncram Beautiful pictures, nice list. Quick comments:
The main table does not show sources within it. "You state at bottom: The data in this list are taken from Furrer, p. 154â€“164, unless otherwise noted." I would prefer to see a footnote attached to the top of each column in the table that gives source for information in the column (which apparently would be Furrer for each one, which is fine, it could be repeated invocations of the same footnote for each one). Although I believe your catch-all reference is accurate for the current version of the article, I think it is more helpful in wikipedia articles that may be added to by others later, for each chunk of an article to be explicitly sourced. This is akin to recent wikipedia preference for in-line citations for text.
The title of the last column should be something more descriptive than "Order". Every column in a sortable list provides an ordering. My first thought was that it is inaccurate, because it would seem to suggest that this is statement of the current order, a numbering of the current rows of the table, but then it starts with number 6. So my reaction was something like "But this is not the order!" or "This table is out of order!". Perhaps "Sequence downstream"? "Downstream order"? "River elevation order"? "Elevation order"?
Hope this helps. doncram (talk) 13:06, 15 June 2008 (UTC)
Good point. I removed "order" from the table and added "sequence downstream" to the foot note. This keeps the cell narrower. -- User:Docu