It really depends on the Wikipedia.
If you go on en: to "Langue française" it is very likely you would
like the French article on the topic. However, even in this case a
redirect may not be suitable.
In the case of, for example, nn: and no:, and in the case of user
pages, it is sometimes a useful feature.
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 17:34:01 +0200 (MEST), Alfio Puglisi
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005, Daniel Mayer wrote:
Simple. Let's get rid of interwiki redirects
altogether. They have *always*
been more trouble than they are worth due to transporting readers to another
wiki without any obvious way for them to know, nor any obvious way to revert
I must confess that I didn't even know that interwiki redirects were
possible. Are they actually used for some purpose?
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