Muhammad Alsebaey wrote:
It is not a political stand that the first body of
written non-fiction work
published in Egyptian Arabic will be on Wikipedia? I said before that there
is an ongoing debate in Egypt about the adoption of Egyptian Arabic as
written in addition to being spoken in order to bolster the national
identity of Egypt. This debate is currently dead in the water AFAIK, with a
lot of argument going for and against. Wikipedia hosting the first
non-fiction written work *is* a political stand in this debate IMHO.
No, in no way. You must simply understand that we do not make decisions
because one politiker want something is true or another politiker want
something to be wrong. If your concern is a political, then I give
Gerard right. We follow international standards. If you have a problem.
Go to ISO and complain there.