I look forward to the first-ever vote to be held in Langcom. However, I
would like to explain my point again: Setting up wikis is a very cumbersome
procedure (as we also see with the current bug), but closing wikis is an
even more cumbersome procedure, therefore I always want to be very sure
that the activity is sustainable enough for a longer period than three
months, since I would be very sad to see any wiki being closed again as per
"Note that a project may be closed if there is little or no activity after
it is created" only very shortly after its creation. That would be fun for
nobody. So, while "three months" is always mentioned, it is what I consider
truly an absolute minimum, not a trigger which says "now it's high time"...
In fact, the Language Proposal Policy does not mention "three months" at
all, for good reasons.
Am Fr., 22. Feb. 2019 um 15:10 Uhr schrieb Steven White <
In principle, I agree with Satdeep. But that said,
there happens to be a
technical logjam in creating any new wikis right now. See phabricator
T212881 <https://phabricator.wikimedia.org/T212881>. So approving this
project now, vs. approving it in ten days (once we're up to five qualifying
months), will make no difference as a practical matter. If MF-Warburg does
not agree once March has at least three editors with ten edits each, I will
formally call a vote.
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