I was going to suggest something even more modest and have one article per
country/language/wiki. If we can do that minimum successfully then next
time we can aim for a higher goal.
On 12/08/2013 8:08 PM, "Jack LEE" <jacklee(a)smu.edu.sg> wrote:
On the list archives -- OK, though honestly I'm not sure whether I'm
prepared to plow through all the archives.
On the cultural exchange programme -- 20 articles per country seems really
ambitious, especially if the point was to have some tangible results within
three months. I mean, let's say only China, South Korea and the Philippines
nominate 20 articles each. That means our friend from Israel who offered to
translate these articles for the Hebrew Wikipedia will have 60 articles to
translate. I would suggest about two to three articles for a start, and no
more than five per country. Finish these first, and then nominate some more.
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