This may have been answered by Kaldari already but...
Wouldn't it have been a better solution to block ALL wikimedia projects in
any language, if the user geolocates to Italy? It's my understanding that
this law does not differentiate (so, the English wikipedia faces the same
risks as Italian wikipedia so long as you are in Rome). This way, it.wp
readers worldwide (except italy) could continue to browse/edit if they
chose, but say an Albanian reading it.wp would not have the same issue.
I don't even know if that is technically possible, or if that is what
Kaldari was referring to above. Or maybe the community considered and
rejected it. Just throwing it out there.
Also, we have a Sicilian Wikipedia, don't we? Is that still up? What about
the Latin Wikipedia?
On Wed, Oct 5, 2011 at 4:41 PM, Cristian Consonni
2011/10/5 M. Williamson <node.ue(a)gmail.com>om>:
Editors aren't the only people who use
About that point it's worth noting that in Facebook several autonomous
supporting groups have appeared, the most numerous has > 215.000
followers and it's now still growing with a 1000 likes/hour rate.
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