On 26/06/06, Steve Bennett <stevagewp(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 6/26/06, Theresa Knott
If they don't have access to the web, how will they know what the
current article says in order to email in their modifications?
I think the suggestion only applied to brand new articles.
Yeah, that's one of the issues I've thought woul be a problem -
figuring out what to ask for. It's almost easier in languages with
little or no coverage, where we still have real demand for first-level
or second-level topics like "history of music" or "Fishing", and the
potential for conflict is less.
If you're going to do this in English, a good and near-inexhaustible
target would be biographies of locally-significant historical figures,
or local history generally, I guess, but then you run into notability
or verifiability issues.
- Andrew Gray