On Sun, Feb 16, 2003 at 02:42:17AM -0800, Brion Vibber wrote:
On dim, 2003-02-16 at 02:09, Tomasz Wegrzanowski
1. concensus (is anybody against ?)
I think in general using country codes is going to cause more confusion
when linking using language codes, which are *not* always the same. But
if you guys really want it sitting at that location, I at least see no
reason to stop you.
Eveyone expects Polish website names to end in .pl and
Polish search engines don't like anything that doesn't.
At least in this case the code is the same.
DNS redirects from
Who aministrates both names ?
Could they please agree how to do the 3rd part ?
is a DNS-level pointer to pl.wikipedia.org
additional changes to domain configuration have to be made, it'll
continue to point to the right place. I would just have to switch the
apache configuration on the web server to prefer one over the other.
(But if wikipedia.pl is to be the official home, make sure you know who
owns the domain!)
Kpjas owns www.wikipedia.org