[Foundation-l] A dangerous precedent
wknight8111 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 26 23:47:35 UTC 2007
It is interesting, although more on the larger issues of:
* What constitutes a viable wikipedia language project? Do some
languages not deserve to have a Wikipedia? Or, conversely, do we
create a new wikipedia for every single conlang in existence?
* When, if ever, can the foundation step in to "fix" a language
project that may have gone astray? Is there a way to evaluate the
progress and status of a language project to determine if it is
generally "good" or "bad"?
* What are the criteria for closing a project, moving a project
to/from the incubator, etc?
* What are people's general feelings about using an automatic
translator bot to populate large numbers of pages?
These are all well worth discussion here and on meta.
On Dec 26, 2007 6:41 PM, Austin Hair <adhair at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is an interesting discussion, but one that should take place on
> the appropriate meta page, not on foundation-l.
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