I just think the No-Intro standard is a bit "lazy" when it comes to capitalization. Their naming convention says that "all common names, adjectives and verbs should be uppercased. Articles and link words should be lowercased except when first word." That's fine for English titles, but most (if not all) languages have totally different capitalization "rules".
Take German, for example. In German, adjectives and verbs are written in lower case. If we followed the No-Intro guidelines strictly, we'd have to change many titles. For example, "007: Die Welt ist nicht genug" would be "007: Die Welt Ist Nicht Genug"; "
LEGO Insel 2: Der Steinbrecher kehrt zurück" would be "LEGO Insel 2: Der Steinbrecher Kehrt Zurück"; "Die Stadt der verlorenen Kinder" would be "Die Stadt der Verlorenen Kinder". These are just a few random examples. For me as a German this looks just wrong
Other languages have different rules. In many languages, you don't capitalize anything unless it's a common name, is the first word of a sentence or capitalized to look more stylish. An example for such a language is Swedish. Currently, the database is quite inconsistent:
In "Disney's Atlantis: En Försvunnen Värld", for example, every word is capitalized. "Harry Potter och fången från Azkaban", on the other hand, follows the rule to only capitalize the common names "Harry Potter" and "Azkaban". "Vem vill bli Miljonär" follows the German capitalization rules for some reason (the verbs "vill" and "bli" being lower case, the noun "miljonär" upper case).
The correct spelling for these examples is "Disney's Atlantis: En försvunnen värld"; "Harry Potter och fången från Azkaban"; "Vem vill bli miljonär". The No-Intro spelling would be "Disney's Atlantis: En Försvunnen Värld"; "Harry Potter och Fången Från ; Azkaban"; "Vem Vill Bli Miljonär".
We have the same problem with other languages such as Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Polish and so on. As for French, the situation is a bit more tricky. There are several valid capitalization schemes, so we'd have to decide on one (I'd propose the one MusicBrainz uses).
When I was a mod, I always tried to go with these language-specific rules (as stated by the redump dumping guide: "For capitalization standard we are using, see MusicBrainz"). Other mods regularly edited many of my entries. Maybe they thought it looks better to have everything in upper case, I don't know. As I said, I'd propose to go with the correct rules for each language, even if it's not consistent with the No-Intro guidelines.
The reason I edited my response was that this is really not that big a deal. I didn't want to sound like a maniac for obsessing about such a minor problem Well, too late for that, I guess