[Foundation-l] Promoting non-en Wikipedias (was In defence of Google)
peterpanini at gmx.net
Mon Jan 22 16:39:22 UTC 2007
at the moment each wikipedia is shwon in the left side menue, if the accodring edit is done for the page, or the server is adding it automatically over night, right? Why then not for all languages over 20 mio? have no problem with it looking up the article in french and english and a thrid language and see, how ative each country was, how different the subject view on it is and which focus is made...
So why not japans and germans hybrid language users shodul do the same, so that each keyword generates a link to the same keyword in all other languages as well?
this is growing "in the network-field", not just one article or one country..
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Datum: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 16:35:11 +0000
Von: "David Gerard" <dgerard at gmail.com>
An: "Wikimedia Foundation Mailing List" <foundation-l at lists.wikimedia.org>
Betreff: Re: [Foundation-l] Promoting non-en Wikipedias (was In defence of Google)
> On 22/01/07, Till Weber <peterpanini at gmx.net> wrote:
> > IMHO the spread of wikipedia in small languages would be better, if all
> these languages appear in the left menue-bar of the wikipedia for each
> article. Then users see, if an article is already existent in their or other
> language and they can translate one from another language,. so the
> bi-languists can help to get the number of articles bigger, and then other users in
> the original language can complete or expand the article.
> This would become very large, annoying and unhelpful for almost all
> users of the wiki. Perhaps something that can be switched on by those
> who want to see whether their own wiki has a given article? That may
> be possible just in personal CSS.
> - d.
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