How can one prove that the language is sufficiently different that reader cannot use the other wiki? There were already some lingulistic evidence being sent onto the mailing list previously but seems like that is not considered enough to prove sufficient uniqueness?
If I understand correctly, when tried hard enough, a Portuguese reader can also understand Spanish wiki, does that mean Spanish wiki is enough and there'd be no need for Portuguese wiki?
2018年1月9日 08:52 於 "Michael Everson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> 寫道：
> The Montenegrins can PROVE to us that their Wikipedia will be different from the Serbian one by demonstrating how it differs and showing that their readers cannot use the Serbian Wiki.
> They have to at least TRY. This is not like Belarusian. This is not like English, even,
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