Thanks, Muzammil, but I feel we're still in the dark. "A coordinated
approach" does suggest that whatever was done was done in coordination
within the community -- and that's very important -- but it doesn't tell us
what form that approach took: was it a coordinated plan to activate a bot
to create stubs, as has been hypothesized? (That is certainly an
acceptable answer.) If so, was there any other component, beside bot
creation of articles, or was that the extent of the coordinated approach?
(if there's any Urdu speaker who can shed more light on this, please do.)
On Thu, Apr 24, 2014 at 11:48 AM, muzammil <muzammil(a)cis-india.org> wrote:
As far as my knowledge goes, it was a coordinated approach of the editors.
The counts includes all types of articles including stubs.
Can you tell us a little more about this increase? Urdu Wikipedia had
~27.5k articles in February. Much bot-generated content?
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