On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 11:11 PM, Christiano Moreschi <
Do we care that 80%
of our projects are failing?
No. Why should we? Nobody actually reads shit like the albanian wikibooks
(doesn't matter if that doesn't exist, you get my point). Such projects
exist purely the monomaniacal benefit of the editor(s), not any readers. Let
them all fail, with the exception of Wikipedias en,fr,de,ru,etc + wikt and
I fail to see the purpose of this response except "rm -rf
-exclude:en,fr,de,ru,etc + wikt and commons" which //isn't going to
I care and I think we should have a usability expert. but I wouldn't call it
failure (as i understand failure means something that used to work and now
deteriorates or stops), it is more of a project that didn't start yet.