Most of the profiles I work on are English, and most of my ancestry is too so I would love to be able to make sure the profiles I am working on fit the standards.
What is the standards the locations, specifically after using country is that the last bloc or should we be adding U.K, or whatever is relevant at that time. e.g Leeds, West Riding of a Yorkshire, England or Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom of ...; Manchester, Lancashire, England or Manchester, Lancashire, England, United Kingdom of ...
I know there has already been a question on this recently, so I'm hoping we can discuss it here.
Can we come up with a guideline
P.S talking about the location data field on the biography rather than categories, and asking do we want the guideline to say if we use UK or not
PPS From what I'm seeing so far most say hamlet/village/town/smallest unit, (sometimes with parish), county, and then country (Scotland, Wales, England, Ireland) with NO U.K on the end