[Foundation-l] New wiki creation

effe iets anders effeietsanders at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 22:25:16 UTC 2008

So, why does this African woman of 67 have t agree to this, and not
all projects? Because essentially, there seems to me no big
difference? Why can't we just say the same for enwiki then? There also
all content is under FDL (like that new wiki with incubator content).
Just on a somewhat larger scale?


2008/5/1, Erik Moeller <erik op wikimedia.org>:
> 2008/4/30 Jesse Martin (Pathoschild) <pathoschild op gmail.com>:
> >  This is difficult. For example, the Extremaduran Wikipedia test
>  >  project has been edited by 34 users, some of which are inactive.
>  >  <http://tools.wikimedia.de/~pathoschild/ls-testanalysis/?prefix=wp/ext>
> This won't be necessary. Existing incubator content _can_ remain under
>  FDL only. New edits to the wikis that are being set up right now have
>  to have the "will agree to the possibility of migration" clause.
> --
>  Erik Möller
>  Deputy Director, Wikimedia Foundation
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