More discussion by two nl:wn contributors at , including the request for LangCom to stick to our own rule of responding to requests within 7 days (I don't think they read that correctly; it's about internal voting that have the 7-day deadline, isn't it? Or have I misunderstood?).
Currently the response is 1:1 concerning letting them go live (although, I may be less certain in my vote than Gerard in his, so am willing to be swayed to stay neutral). Still, even if granting their request, shouldn't we at least point out that they stick to rules like original reporting and similar guidelines?
Let's resolve this soon, please.
Hoi,I had some conversations with people in the Dutch community. One thought was that Wikipedia already serves this role. Another was that it has failed before. My opinion is that these are new people and when the requirements are fulfilled they can have another go.Thanks,GerardM
On 29 May 2017 at 21:08, Amir E. Aharoni <email@example.com> wrote:
Some people wondered about the state of Dutch Wikinews at
wiki/Wikimedia_Foundation_ Board_noticeboard#No_answers_ from_Language_committ.C3.A9e
There was already some discussion about it at
wiki/Talk:Language_committee# Request_for_launching_ Wikinews.2C_Dutch_version
and there were different opinions.
I'm neutral about this matter. Does anybody in the committee have a particular opinion on it?
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