[Wikimedia-l] A place for project wide discussions

Tomasz Ganicz polimerek at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 12:50:04 UTC 2012

2012/11/16 Stefan Fussan <derfussi at gmail.com>:
> The Wikivoyage project is online now and i want to thank all of you who
> have been involved with this process.
> On the former Wikivoyage project we used to have a wiki called general: for
> discussions that affect all language versions. I wonder why the WMF project
> dont have something like this. Now I am trying to find a new place where we
> all can:
> - discuss new features
> - discuss about the travel guide's structure
> - coordinate the work with templates to reduce redundant work
> - coordinate the work on travel maps
> - providing a set of English meta articles with rules and regulations that
> we can hand over the community when a new language version is going to start
> - providing a list of star articles in all language versions. Contributors
> to an article will have an easy access to basic information without looking
> through all wikis. Speaking a foreign language is not necessary to pick
> basic information (structure of districts, list of sights, addresses,
> hotels ...)
> I know, there is the meta wiki. But I am not sure. Maybe its too meta. And
> the discoussion page or a Wikivoyager's Lounge may be too small. Ok... the
> set of meta articles can be placed in anywhere the Incubator. But the
> remaining stuff? Maybe a separate Namespace for the WMF projects at Meta,
> maybe a wiki like our general:
> Any ideas?

Maybe the simplest solution would be to create a meta wikiproject and
associated portal?



and an example:


Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz

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