On Dec 28, 2010 11:31 PM, "Neil Kandalgaonkar" <neilk(a)wikimedia.org>
I've been inspired by the discussion David Gerard and Brion Vibber
kicked off, and I think they are headed in the right direction.
But I just want to ask a separate, but related question.
Let's imagine you wanted to start a rival to Wikipedia. Assume that you
I think this isn't as useful a question as it might be; defining a project
in terms of competing with something else leads to stagnation, not
A better question might be: what would be a project that would help people
involving freely distributable and modifiable educational and reference
materials, that you could create with today and tomorrow's tech and
sufficient resources, that doesn't exist or work well today?
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com