Well if this is the case why not split it up on "dialect" rather than
country? We can have a Pommersch Wikipedia, an Oostfries Wikipedia, a
Stellingwarves Wikipedia, a Gruningens Wikipedia...
Since there are actually differences from dialect to dialect, instead
of a sudden change when you cross from Germany to the Netherlands or
viceversa, it would be ignoring the problem of dialect differences to
split it up based on countries.
On 28/06/05, Wouter Steenbeek <musiqolog(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
Note that the second text should probably suck more, since it's
already in Dutch orthography (if you select the other option at the
top of the page, it'll convert it to German).
While a lot of people behind a project does inevitably make it more
viable, I think that it's still best to try to avoid a division of
labour whenever possible.
Well, I would agree with you if the Dutch and German variants were all more
similar. If this separate wiki is created, efforts will only be duplicated
when on both versions an article on the same topic has been written in the
same main variant.
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