If the QR code is for use on mobile phones then we may not want much more than a stub either. What is the maximum article size that would work on the typical modern phone?


On 25 October 2011 23:32, Brian McNeil <brian.mcneil@wikinewsie.org> wrote:
That's the sort of feedback I'm looking for, thanks.

I've no intention of vigorously arguing one way or the other, but I just
feel it is inappropriate to point to a Wikipedia article that may never
get much beyond stub status when orders of magnitude more content is
elsewhere on WMF projects.

On Tue, 2011-10-25 at 23:07 +0100, Andy Mabbett wrote:
> On 25 October 2011 22:55, Brian McNeil <brian.mcneil@wikinewsie.org> wrote:
> All good stuff, but...
> > A QR code could be placed at a relevant war memorial, it points to
> > a Wikibook collecting all the soldiers' letters, with scans and transcripts.
> I'd rather the QR code point (via QRpedia) to a Wikipedia article
> about the memorial, and have that point to relevant pages on commons/
> Wikisource, and the book.

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