>Grumble...another mailing list...grumble
Absolutely!!! Attrition is inevitable.
I succeeded to avoid it for at least one month, that
is not so bad.
But *they* got me. Terrible.
This is a very
good point. I have brought it up
before. Really, if you move text from one page (or
from one language version to another) as part of the
move you should analyze the text and determine
the >five major contributors are and list them in the
summary box. How to determine who the five major
contributors are? Should it be via the amount of
>contributes? Or the number of ideas? How to count
>Perhaps an alternative is to state where the page
>comes from that way someone should be able to work
>back and find out who made the contribution.
Applying any of these criteria, except for the five
contributors, can be the type of time-consuming
process that people tend
>AieAieAie, I think, reading comments by Alex,
would be best that we just abandon this
notion of authorship.
It would still be a good idea to always indicate the
origin of a content moved from another place in the
Comment boxes just appeared one day without much
discussion about how to
use them in contrast to the article's talk page.
I've >just ignored the
Tu me parles d'un temps, que les moins de 20 ans, ne
peuvent pas connai-tre. tididadidadaaaa,
Ok, I usually forget that feature as well. I thought
it was part of the initial package. When did you
arrive Ec ?
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