Mark Williamson wrote:
But if you are speaking only of conlangs, then I
entirely agree. the
Klingon wikipedia might be moved to KLI webspace, and the Toki Pona
wikipedia might be moved to the Toki Pona website, especially since
Toki Pona itself is copyrighted (Klingon may be too, I'm not sure).
The Lojban wikipedia is a bit questionable in my mind but it seems
that in the minds of others it is on a level with tokipona: and tlh:,
so perhaps it could be moved to the Lojban website?
Well, I think we should seriously consider a process for generating
consensus on these questions and then we should make some changes.
What is really needed, but complex to generate, is a consensus policy
to guide future decision making. I feel that it is not necessary for
such a consensus policy to be 100% consistent with past practice, i.e.
we can continue to support some projects that we would not agree to