On 20 December 2012 05:15, Waldir Pimenta <waldir(a)email.com> wrote:
Since the Concise Wikipedia proposal has been mentioned in the last two
Signpost editions (and after being nudged by Sumana), I figured I'd
drop a note here in case anyone will be interested in trying out a demo I
set up to explore the idea, espoused by many in the proposal discussion,
that such a proposal should not be a separate project, but integrate with
Wikipedia's lead/introduction sections instead.
I called my demo "Primerpedia" (suggestions for better names welcome, see
), and it can be accessed here: http://waldir.github.com/primerpedia
It uses the API to fetch the lead section of an article (currently only
loading random articles is implemented), and displays it isolated, which
should provide a good way to test its expected self-containing, summarizing
properties, as defined in the MOS:LEAD guideline.
I have some Web 2.0 ideas that I don't know if break standards, or possible.
1) change the #hash of the page to the term defined.
2) wen the page load, checks the hash, and autoload the term of the hash
would autoload the
I like the idea of a Concise Wikipedia,... It seems another way to
make a pedia better.
On my company we just launched a "Subjetivism Pedia" in spanish named
, with all the definitions, one for every person on every
subject ( so Wikipedia can have all the objetivism, and cloping.com
everything else )
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