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Wikipedia-l is still a good place to discuss Wikipedia related issues
regardless of language. I've seen some interesting discussions take
place there over the last couple of months.
It's still quite useful.
Mark Williamson wrote:
I still hold the crown on Wikipedia-l. Whatever
happened to that list,
2009/2/19 Nathan <nawrich(a)gmail.com>om>:
> On Thu, Feb 19, 2009 at 1:55 PM, Thomas Dalton
>> That's the result of having to write a master's thesis!
>> Actually, I think that list is very positive - we have 25 people all
>> posting at least an average of 5 posts a day. That's a large, active
>> community. 753 emails is a frightening number (I don't know how I've
>> sent that many...) but as a proportion of total emails sent, it's not
>> that high. (I can't find the exact number of total posts - where is
>> this list page of which you speak?)
> Your posts constitute 2.4% of the total number of posts to the list since
> its creation in 2004, according to this page.  There are six people
> have posted more than you (including GerardM), but
you began posting
> 07 while the next most recent of those six
> began posting in Jan of 2005. As for 25 people averaging 5 posts per
> Only the top 3 average more than one post per day.
You mean as a whole, I
>  http://www.infodisiac.com/Wikipedia/ScanMail/foundation-l.html
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