On 24/12/12 20:23, Anonymous User wrote:
I don't know how much effort each of these
two measures would be. If you'd
ask me, I would suggest to be "very serious", but we are not under a
deadline (the situation has been like this for more than a year now), and
setting the rel="caonical" would already be really, really helpful.
This is done now. It would be good if Google could crawl
to update the canonical URLs.
In case anyone is wondering, I don't think this would be a good thing
to do on zh.wikipedia.org
. The Chinese government would happily block
*.wikipedia.org port 443 if it became popular. At least the current
situation provides a way to work around keyword filtering for people
who are sufficiently motivated -- if HTTPS was blocked, it would be
much less useful.
I have released last week a ZIM file of the Wikipedia in Uzbek to make
it available offline.
This is a pretty poor replacement for the online Wikipedia, but in some
cases this may help people accessing our contents.
Everything is on the Kiwix homepage