Eugene van der Pijll schrieb:
Raphael Wegmann schreef:
Because, as with every fork, it implies a lot of
in the future and it splits the editor community.
There are 200,000 potential editors out there of the islamic
encyclopedia, and I'd guess approximately none of them are current WP
editors. So it wouldn't waste any of our effort.
I don't think so. I'd rather guess, that there are WP editors
among them, who got frustrated by the non-Muslim majority.
of content tagging and filtering based on personal
preferences wouldn't prevent us from making the best encyclopedia
Content tagging on WP on the other hand would cost *us* resources, both
time and bandwidth, with no benefit for *us*.
It wouldn't cost "us" that much, because those who care would
do the job. Any yes, there is a benefit for "us", because there
would be 1 billion people more likely to help us out.
Not a very good alternative.
by the way, the same mechanism can certainly not be used to
filter WP for children... Imagine a 15-year old boy reading, let's say,
[[Autofellatio]], and there's a link saying "Don't click when you are
not allowed to see adult content, please"...
There's no necessity to add
that link in the "children edition".
Oh, so you are talking about a seperate edition for children? In that
case, we agree.
No I'm not, that's why I used quotes. It would look like a children
edition, but without the need to duplicate the effort we put into
the "main edition".