2005/10/9, Arbeo M <arbeo_m(a)yahoo.de>de>:
Generally speaking, only opening all-new Wikipedias
requires public discussion, prior announcement, voting
or the like. Reopening a previously locked wiki is not
a comparable process. Locking a wiki is only a
temporary measure because of some specific reason, e.
g. vandalism and it can be upheld only as long as that
reason persists to exist. SH had been locked because
of inactivity. As soon as there were people willing to
edit it there was no alternative but to unlock it.
No, sh had been locked because it had been replaced by sr+bs+hr. It
was unlocked because I was pressured to unlock it. I still think that
my first decision was the right one. Let's put this simple:
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.
Andre Engels, andreengels(a)gmail.com
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