On 10/26/06, luke brandt <shojokid at gmail.com> wrote:
I have mentioned this a couple of times, but as yet no
The idea is to coordinate Wikipedia policy over
different languages as
as possible, so it becomes easier to amalgamate, to
the benefit of all,
just translation needed. Then issues of formatting,
layout, image policy
etc should already have been sorted. Comments?
Documenting practices on Meta -- possibly combined with subjective
analysis and commentary -- seems like a good idea to me. You don't
need to start a new project or ask for anyone's permission to do this;
just start writing and structuring your thoughts.
Peace & Love,
I think it seems one of the strengths of the Project is its diversity, so -
going by the feedback - it's probably best to aim at coalescing around the
idea of a 'world compendium' rather than 'knocking heads' etc. Maybe in a
Wikia wiki we could suggest good articles from all parts of the globe for
inclusion. Because in most cases I bet we agree on what's good.