Andrew Gray wrote:
We have a domain reserved for Luganda (Lugandan?) at lg.wikipedia.org
It currently has no content, although it is open for editing.
Someone left a question on the en:wiki Help Desk about translating
articles into Luganda; I pointed them towards that site. However, it's
pretty much completely empty other than the main page, which I can see
being pretty daunting for a new user. Is there anything on meta:
intended to act as a "so, you're starting on an empty project" guide?
(Anyone who wants to leave other advice on the HD page, please do)
Unfortunately, I do not think we have such a page. Though...
Well, one you may be interested in (or not) is
Not everyone agrees with that list though.
On fr: when it started, most editors mostly did stubs, with empty red
links to invite contributions. I rather chose to make few but quite
complete articles. At least a visitor gets something real to read and
not put off by the encyclopedia being merely a collection of stubs. If
you wisely choose the topic, the fleshy articles can also pretty well
appear in google and attract new editors.
Remember also to wander on discussion forum and let the link to the
fleshy articles there, so that participants of the forum can follow them.
However, all this takes time. First thing to do is to make a main page,
with a bunch of links. Avoid making a full main page as big languages
do, hundreds of red links on the main page is more scary than anything :-)