Gerard, we already discussed this: Wiktionary hasn't yet been replaced by Wikidata and won't be any time soon, so this argument is irrelevant.

בתאריך יום ב׳, 9 בנוב׳ 2020, 08:12, מאת Gerard Meijssen ‏<>:
From my point of view, depending on what project, we always followed the notion that for a second project we require more quality in localisations. So no, first Wikipedia then Wiktionary. Wiktionary as a project is being made redundant by the lexical support in Wikidata, so giving it a priority is wrong. So even with my love for Wiktionary, no rather not as a first if at all. Wikisource is a totally different proposition.

On Mon, 9 Nov 2020 at 06:26, Amir E. Aharoni <> wrote:
I'd just approve both, but Wiktionary first and Wikipedia later is OK, too.

I should mention that over the last year and a half I've been speaking to them and providing them tech support, mostly for translatewiki activity. Their relevant questions caused me to improve some things in translatewiki's configuration and documentation in a way that hopefully makes working there easier for everyone.

בתאריך יום ב׳, 9 בנוב׳ 2020, 04:49, מאת MF-Warburg ‏<>:
The activity of Wt/mni looks quite good:
This is the 7th month of continuous activity as usually defined, and the project is semi-continuously active since mid-2018.
The most-used msgs are almost complete:

I propose to approve mni Wiktionary as the first project in that language, and hope that the Wikipedia can soon follow. Thoughts?
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