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Andre Engels wrote:
EITHER Serbian and Croatian are the same language, and
then we should
not have separate Wikipedias for them,
OR they are not the same language, and then we should not have a
Doing both is silly. And that's about the weakest expression I can think of.
I agree. It would be like having an American English Wikipedia, a
Commonwealth English Wikipedia, a Generic Other English Wikipeida, and
our current English Wikipedia.
Does anyone ever wonder where the phrase "Balkanisation is evil" came
from? We're staring it in the face. We've got duplication of effort
where we don't need it. Either they're the same language or they're not.
Time to stop pretending that it's some weird quantum superposition of
both states at once. On a macroscopic scale, it just doesn't happen.
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