On 16 November 2012 15:30, Yaroslav M. Blanter
But I think the point (at leat originally) was
not so much to have the
global discussion forum or the global village pump, but to have a common
place for Wikivoyage discussions, which so far were held on the old
Wikivoyage, but now are stale since the old Wikivoyage is locked for
editing, and anyway it is not a WMF project.
Wikisource has a multilingual central project: among other things, one
of the goals is centralised cross-language coordination, through eg/
It doesn't seem to be very heavily used, but the precedent is still
there. I don't see any reason that Wikivoyage couldn't have a
centralised wiki as well...
is there for historical reasons because originally
language subdomains for wikisource weren't planned.
Its daily "core business" is 1) being the Wikisource portal, 2) hosting
languages without a subdomain.