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Old 11-15-2009, 05:52 PM   #21
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i'm not too keen on the 2 letter country codes. many of them are not easily recognisable at first glance and people would have to refer to the master list all the time. i think the sporting event 3 letter codes are much easier on the eye.
its probably not that much of a problem for these lists as most of the nationalities in cc are well known e.g. HU (HUN), DE (GER), etc. but i can see this format being adopted by future id projects, which may become confusing when you have something like HR for Croatia and UA for Ukraine.
I accept the point about Croatia and Ukraine and I've deleted the two-letter codes from my post.

The IOC and other three-letter codes aren't perfect, IMO. If GER then why not HOL? NED and ESP but not DEU doesn't seem very fair on die Deutschen. Also why ROU when ROM would be better for everyone?

I'm not too bothered whether it's two or three letters, but we need to decide on a code and stick to it. Here are some links:

Wiki Country Codes
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ISO two-letter codes
ISO three letter codes
International Olympic Committee codes
FIFA codes

I think EU or EUR for European (but exact country unknown) would be useful.
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By the look of it none of the codes is really consistent. Have a look at Comparison of IOC, FIFA, and ISO 3166 country codes. Personally, I tend to prefer the FIFA codes.
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Discussion added to posts 18 .A Actor and 19 .SA Shoot Actor.

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By the look of it none of the codes is really consistent. Have a look at Comparison of IOC, FIFA, and ISO 3166 country codes. Personally, I tend to prefer the FIFA codes.
They are very similar, but I prefer IOC codes because LAT makes more sense than LVA and the United Kingdom is not blank.

There is no reason why we have to keep rigidly to one code. We could use ISO code GRL for 'Mikki' from Greenland and, as mentioned before, add EUR for Europe (country unknown). Think of this as extending the internet domain code EU to three letters.
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I forgot to say that a lot of data for the new .SA list can be copied from the existing .A (soon to be .PA I hope) and .RA lists, so it should not take too much time to create.

I think .SA is more important than either .PA or .RA because .SA connects the actors directly with the original shoot. When .SA exists, .PA and .RA are no longer vital. All their data and more can be found in the .SA list.
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but I prefer IOC codes because (...) the United Kingdom is not blank.
That's a good point, since GBR is no FIFA member but the football associations of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
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That's a good point, since GBR is no FIFA member but the football associations of England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales.
i like it when porn and footie are in harmony...
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I think .SA is more important than either .PA or .RA because .SA connects the actors directly with the original shoot. When .SA exists, .PA and .RA are no longer vital. All their data and more can be found in the .SA list.
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Exactly, when the magazine story for a set is known then the .PA and .RA entry is redundant! The only real pupose of .PA & .RA as I see it is to aid those id'ng actors who are working through the photo sets and scans to save them having to cross reference back to the .SA file. Of course it makes more work for those maintaining the lists to ensure the info is consistent between the lists.
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I think it is a good idea to have one 'master' list but it was very useful in the past to combine the entries with sheets to get the 'who is who' i.e. if there is more than one girl in a set...
Another variant could be to add a little overview or browser pic to that post in the flow of the thread where the new entries are posted. This could also be useful due to the reason that not everybody got/knows every set.

How shall we handle...
- sets without identified mags
- the 500s ( are also not separated from the .PS )


( I need a little time to change the .P to .PS )
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Hi ICU
I've been discussing the official sets with Al Gebra and we were wondering why .ps does not distinguish between smu and U image sets even though the number of pics does vary?

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smu1296a: 26 - U1296a: 27
smu1296b: 26 - U1296b: 25
smu1296d: 26 - U1296d: 28
smu1296e: 27 - U1296e: 28
sm0197b: 17 - 0197b: 18
sm0297d: 13 - 0297d: 20
U0197c: 20 - 0197c: 19
also .ps lists 1296b as having 27 pics which does not match either smu or U1296b
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