[Foundation-l] Language subcommittee vs Montenegrin language - show time over again

Ilario Valdelli valdelli at gmail.com
Sat Apr 14 14:50:22 UTC 2007

I have received a lot of email in this thread. No possibility to read 
all of them.

Only one think. If Montenegrin people dislikes to use Serbian Wikipedian 
we can only lose them.

Consider that Wikipedia cannot be politic. In this choice Wikipedia has 
taking a politic decision.

Could we be a-politic and offer to people what they are looking for?


Mark Williamson wrote:
> Oh, we know all about how wildly accurate your opinion polls are.
> Remember how according to you, nobody in Hong Kong ever wanted a
> Cantonese Wikipedia?
> Mark
> On 13/04/07, Andrew Lih <andrew.lih at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I agree the LC could do a better job of reporting its findings and
>> conclusions in a more complete manner. It should put on a meta page --
>> findings of fact, an elaboration of considerations, and an explanation
>> of the conclusion. That said, on balance it's findings have been on
>> target.
>> That said, just one more data point -- my friend who is himself
>> Montenegrin said he thinks it (to put it kindly) imprudent to start a
>> Montenegrin Wikipedia. And of the dozen or so other folks from the
>> region I've talked to, not one has expressed any support for the idea.
>> -Andrew (User:Fuzheado)

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