--- Robert Scott Horning <robert_horning(a)netzero.net> wrote:
Originally I proposed this in its own seperate domain,
but to start with
I'd love to simply make this a sub-project on wikibooks, with the
near-term interest of making it a seperate sub-domain of wikibooks.
That wasn't my idea, but now that I've seen what and how things are put
together here I think this is a more logical approach. It really isn't
a bunch of textbooks, as is the original focus of wikibooks, but it is a
bunch of book-like things that are organized in a very similar approach.
Don't give up so easily. :)
What I really don't like are subject-specific ideas for projects (different
subjects can be handled through internal WikiProjects). You, however, implied a
general approach which I liked the sound of (a wiki devoted to all different
types of standards).
That may be a viable concept - it may not. But there is nothing wrong with
proving the concept on Wikibooks if that project's format and goals fit
well-enough - could make for a series of nice books/booklets. You may also
find that there is no need for a separate project.
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