I go sometimes into fr.source as a contributor, even if my French is very poor; I appreciate a lot fr.source editing tools for proofreading, they document a deep interest about any trick to make editing faster, safer, and more comfortable. This "evidence of care" is very rewarding for any contributor. 


2016-11-03 12:46 GMT+01:00 Ankry <ankry@mif.pg.gda.pl>:
> 2016-11-03 10:12 GMT+01:00 Andrea Zanni <zanni.andrea84@gmail.com>:
>> Thanks Mathieu.
>> What really strikes me is that challenge is doable in fr.wikisource: in
>> many others would be complete madness ;-)
>> Also, Polish Wikisource is doing great.
>> What interest me is understanding how they are building their community
>> of
>> active and super-active proofreaders: are they doing something that
>> other
>> wikisource aren't?
> Not sure if there is a link but when you mention fr.ws and pl.ws I can
> immediately think of a correlation since these two are among the rare
> wikisources which are prooferead system only (or nearly only : 92 % and 96
> % of mainspace pages back with scan, see
> http://tools.wmflabs.org/phetools/statistics.php).
> Cdlt, ~nicolas

In pl.ws we have a policy that if a text *can* be processed using
ProofreadPage (legal aspects, scan availability) then it *has to* be
processed using this extention.


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