This stub-related article is a stub.
On 9/6/05, Elisabeth Bauer <elian(a)djini.de> wrote:
From wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
"The Persian Wikipedia is the Persian language version of Wikipedia. As
the Persian language is written right to left, so is the website."
I just realized that the English Wikipedia has articles on quite a
number of wikipedia language editions:
But hey, isn't there more to say about it than just outdated numbers of
articles or the writing direction? Doesn't each wikipedia have something
unique, a special culture, notable events which are not milestones?
Spend a while to polish the article about your wikipedia to spare it the
fate of rotting as a "wikipedia-related stub" in the cleanup department ;-)
PS: In the german wikipedia these articles would probably have been
deleted as irrelevant...ehemm...that's our specific culture
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