On 1/29/06, Finne Boonen <finne(a)cassia.be> wrote:
what you're talking about is slightly dangerous,
en: has been known to
be incorrect quite often :)
:)) This is the part of collaborative wiki process. If English
Wikipedia fails when bot pass the first time, the second or the third
will be correct. I am not talking about completely automatic process,
but about a team who would work on this issue. Also, if we are able to
make something similar based on German Wikipedia, it would be good,
on another note, this idea is better implementend in
idea, but by heart I don't know where info on that lives.
Pure data about something are better then nothing :) Also, pure data
are encyclopedic, too. Also, this just should be the beginning of the
article (people should continue to work on such article); as well as
at the beginning of the project. It is possible to find keywords from
some article and generate a number of sentences with a lot of sense.