South African Regional Structure Proposal [closed]

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In accordance with the guidance provided in Help:Category Creation and Removal, the following proposal has been submitted to the South African Roots Project and the Categorization Project for review. With no objections noted, this proposal is now moving to the G2G community for feedback.

South Africa Regional Structure

The following is a proposed category mapping of the regional structure for South Africa.  This proposal includes the input of the South African Roots Project. The intent is to clearly outline the second and third tiers to accommodate the placement of ‘landing’ categories for districts, cities, towns and settlements where South Africans were born, lived and died.

WikiTree profile: South African Regional Structure Proposal

closed with the note: Proposal put to the vote: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/942514/south-african-regional-structure-proposal
in Policy and Style by Andrew Field G2G6 Mach 2 (20.3k points)
closed by Andrew Field
May I ask if both SA Roots and Categorization Projects are okay with me taking this to the next stage?   There has been little comment and no objections raised thus far.  Think we should put it to the vote...
I too have no objections. Thanks for all your input and hard work.

4 Answers

+6 votes
I am happy to see this proposal moving forward. With my limited knowledge on the subject area in question, I am also happy to say that this appears to be a very thoughtful and well laid out proposal that makes sense!
by Steve Harris G2G6 Pilot (313k points)
+4 votes

Looks Good Andrew. 

Thank you for all your hard work !!  

and patience wink

by Ronel Olivier G2G6 Mach 5 (58.5k points)
+4 votes
Nice work Andrew, thank you.
by Louis Heyman G2G6 Mach 4 (49.1k points)
+1 vote
I agree Andrew, Thanks
by Ronel Olivier G2G6 Mach 5 (58.5k points)

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