Magnus, couldn't some feature of the multilingua wiki or namespace
manager be a possibility for this?
this allows for innerwikilinks ... so this would allow for "stable
printed version" instead of "language"
There is one article that is being printed and therefore is stable
(let's talk about Munich)
Then there is one article that is open for editing and further development
So we could have the ordinary article link:
and the stable version.
This would also make sense for a future "new printed edition" because
the stable version can than be substituted by the new and corrected and
proofread and whatever version of the editable version.
The two articles would be linked through "inner-wiki-links" and if there
should one day be more printed wikipedias ... well the stable articles
would then be linked by ordinary interwiki links (unless we will not
have a different way to link articles one day).
well I don't know if this is really feasible, but thinking logic: if it
is possible with language versions .... it should be possible also with
stable and editable versions.
If I did not explain well and things are not clear, please let me know.
So what are your opinions about that?
Magnus Manske wrote:
Directmedia, the company who brought us the German
Wikipedia on CD and
DVD, has expanded to print publishing, as can already be seen in form of
"WikiPress", a topic-specific series of books.
They just announced that they will publish the German Wikipedia *in full
print*, 100 volumes with 800 pages each, starting with the letter A in
October 2006, to end with Z in 2010.
For this, they hired a few people. The plan is for these "editors" to go
over *the stable version* of each article.
Some of you might have notices a slight problem with this - there is no
stable version feature in Wikipedia. As usual, we have discussed a lot
about the stable version (which is good), and AFAIK most people agreed
that it won't do much harm, .....
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