[Foundation-l] #wikipedia changes
saintonge at telus.net
Sat Jun 16 21:26:21 UTC 2007
Sean Whitton wrote:
>Definately. That's why we have setup #wikipedia-social (and there is
>also #wikimedia-social, which is run by some other Wikimedians and
>they said they didn't want us pointing people there, so we setup
>I totally agree that it's very important. My point is that the
>majority of talk in #wikipedia should be on Wikipedia, not the other
>way round. Otherwise, why call it #wikipedia? :-)
I don't see where normal people compartmentalize their lives that way.
Seperate "social" sites would likely get very little participation.
Social interaction derives from a context. Conversations do drift, and
that's perfectly normal. We're only talking about a chat line, not a
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