[Foundation-l] A dangerous precedent

Nathan nawrich at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 23:42:49 UTC 2007

What difference does it make, out of true curiosity, how the articles
were added? I mean, if I ran 100,000 articles through a translator and
posted them all at once - or translated them myself, and posted them
all at once - does it really matter if the content is remotely useful?
I really think the focus here should be - do we need a Volapuk
wikipedia at all? Article content is the point of a Wikipedia, and if
the .vo Wikipedia is going to exist then article content (even
marginal content in need of improvement) is better than none. I keep
reading that he 'cheated' - what does that even mean in this context,
cheated against who? Are the projects competing with eachother, or
working together to the same goal?

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