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New 'Type' for European Works

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7:24 pm, Aug 7 2012
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While editing, I've come across titles that don't fit into any of the listed types because they are European in origin. For example, Y Square or Yonen Buzz.

Currently, they are listed under OEL, I suppose because it portrays them as Western in origin despite their original language being German or another language. I think it would be useful to have a new type differentiating European works. I am not quite sure what one would label them. Euro? OEW (Original European Work)?

Still, I think it would be a nice addition.

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