Memory Alpha avoids using special characters (such as left" or "right" apostrophes) in article titles -- I've moved this back to "Hokule'a" (spelled with a "prime" apostrophe -- although the special apostrophe probably deserves useful redirect status).. also i'm a little uncertain about using that orthography in the article itself -- is it absolutely necessary for clarity on the Hawaiian word? We avoid using symbols that need an HTML-code -- as we try to minimize HTML in article texts. -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk 06:24, 11 Oct 2005 (UTC)

Based on Napoléon Bonaparte, shouldn't it be the other way around, with the way normal people type it in redirecting to the "correct" way? Vedek Dukat 06:33, 11 Oct 2005 (UTC)

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