You say that I work against the decision of community... Scripts are not the problem, I
understand functions of bots. The problem is decision of community, and this is not to
work in Latin alphabet on sr:.
From: wikipedia-l-bounces(a)Wikimedia.org [mailto:wikipedia-l-bounces@Wikimedia.org] On
Behalf Of Timwi
Sent: Sunday, August 08, 2004 10:46 PM
Subject: [Wikipedia-l] Re: Request for the second Serbian Wikipedia
On Sun, Aug 08,
2004 at 06:52:05PM +0100, Timwi wrote:
Or, alternatively, you can create two pages for
each article on the
Serbian Wikipedia, one in Latin and one in Cyrillic, similar to the way
the Chinese Wikipedia handles traditional and simplified characters.
I think that would be even easier than on zh-* because they don't share
many letters if any.
Huh. Maybe my English is not so good... I said (or I wanted to say)
that we (almost) have decision _not_ to work on Latin pages on sr:
(i.e.: decision is that sr.wikipedia.org
should not have Latin pages).
I am trying to find alternate solution. Two-letters code "sp" is
reserved for Serbian language so there is no code collision
doesn't exist, too).
We perfectly understood what you meant. You want an automatic conversion
from Cyrillic to Latin. That's fine. But what I'm saying is that you
don't need a separate sub-domain for this. You can set up a bot that
does it on sr.wikipedia.org
, so that you will have both Latin and
Cyrillic pages on the same wiki.
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