may serve as a nice home for the video
for an ASL-English
wikipedia. It seems to have no restrictions on video size. Wikipedia can
house the English text and link to the video file at OurMedia.
Also for the wiki in wikipedia. Consider a video file the same as an image
file in wikipedia.In Wikipedia, an image file cannot be edited other than
by replacement. A video could be "edited via replacement" the same way.
Words and sentences in Wikipedia are also done this way. If I change "lion"
to "king of the beasts" I have essentially edited via replacement.
So you are proposing that each word/sentance in ASL would have its own
video file, and these are "joined" somehow, with instructions as to how
they are joined coming from some kind of Wikitext? That might work.
PS. There /are/ image files which can be edited other than by
replacement, they are called Scalable Vector Graphics
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