[Foundation-l] Montenegrin request for new language wikipedia
birgitte_sb at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 2 22:29:06 UTC 2006
--- Darko Bulatovic <mail at itam.ws> wrote:
> Birgitte SB wrote:
> > --- geni <geniice at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> On 12/2/06, Darko Bulatovic <mail at itam.ws> wrote:
> >>> Today when war is over and we know everything
> >> happen and we did go
> >>> peacefully for our freedom, you make you self
> >> blind and you talk me
> >>> about working under Serbian wikipedia?
> >> No not the Serbian wikipedia. En is not the
> >> wikipedia it is
> >> the English language wikipedia. Just because
> >> was once a country
> >> called England does not mean that the wikipedia
> >> belongs to that
> >> country. Instead wikipedias are divided by
> >> In this case the
> >> correct name for the language would probably be
> >> Serbo-Croatian.
> > This right here is the key the whole thread.
> > Wikipedia sub-domains are seperated by written
> > languages not nations. The goal should be to have
> > least amount of subdomains possible to concetrate
> > reasources. When in doubt we should not create a
> > subdomain.
> > The question I have is are we going to examine all
> > current (or at least inactive) subdomains in the
> > future for merging possibilities?
> > Birgitte SB
> Dont put words in my mouth, it is rude thing to do.
> As this is not key
> it is just one fact in the history of Balkan. And
> Balkan is not UK. And
> this comparison just shows that you don't have a
> clue what you talk about.
> Darko Bulatovic
I don't understand how I put words in you mouth. What
I wrote about this being the key is my own opinion. I
and I do believe basing languages subdomains off
mutually intelligable written languages is the key.
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