On Thu, Nov 27, 2008 at 10:08 AM, Gerard Meijssen
That is not how things are. Against the protest of some the mo.wikipedia was
locked. The request was not for locking but for complete removal.
The notion that just because some people want to edit a wiki in any
linguistic entity they can have their project is flatly wrong. There are
requirements that exist for new languages and new projects. When these are
not met, such a request will not be granted.
All the discussions about Moldovan are unbearably repetitive...
I respect the rules. I tried to simplify things.
Moldovan satisfies rules 1 and 2 of "Requisites for eligibility". It
fails rule 3 ("different written form"), but so do sr/hr/bs/sh and
It may or may not satisfy rule 4, but that can be proved in the
Incubator; that's my attempt at simplification.
The recognition of this language in Transnistria and the recognition
of Transnistrita itself are completely irrelevant to the discussion.
Amir Elisha Aharoni
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