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Hierarchy Charters for uk.*
Section - 31. Top-level groups

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Certain groups are at the top level within the uk.* hierarchy. Some of these
are intended to remain so permanently, such as
	uk.answers
	uk.misc
	uk.test

Others are at the top level for historical reasons, and ought really to be
moved to a more appropriate place in the hierarchy, although it is not
always clear, at the time of writing, what that other place should be.

Note that there is no proposal to rename any of these groups at the
present time, but their position should be reviewed if and when other
related groups come to be considered. It is still possible that some of
these will eventually form the roots of proper hierarchies.

A list follows:

	uk.consultants
	uk.d-i-y
	uk.gay-lesbian-bi
	uk.legal
	uk.railway
	uk.singles
	uk.radio.amateur	(not the basis for a good hierarchy now that 
				uk.rec.* exists)

uk.gay-lesbian-bi
	uk.legal
	uk.railway
	uk.singles
	uk.radio.amateur	(not the basis for a good hierarchy now that 
				uk.rec.* exists)

or a good hierarchy now that 
				uk.rec.* exists)

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