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The template looks great so far! Eventually templates will have their own pages, I assume. I have a few suggestions:

  • Name should be Section 1.1, IMO, loosely following Wikipedian practice.
  • Syllables and phonotactics overlap and could be combined in some articles, if not this one.
  • Some languages will need a formal discussion of the underlying logic; this is not completely contained within syntax but could fall under the Syntax section, or a broader Semantics section, or could be its own section.
  • Every language needs a Pragmatics section as much as it needs a Prosody section. Isn't "self-segregation strategy" part of Morphology? Some languages will definitely need a Criticism section or subsection; others could have a broader Reception section.
  • Would prefer "References" over "Sources," following what seems to be more common on Wikipedia.

Selguha (talk) 19:16, 29 April 2020 (UTC)