[Wikimedia-l] A place for project wide discussions

Federico Leva (Nemo) nemowiki at gmail.com
Fri Nov 16 13:46:07 UTC 2012

Stefan Fussan, 16/11/2012 14:23:
> @Nemo: Of course. Just one page called lounge or whatever is too small.

You can take all the pages you want, if you're talking of available 
space to write. (Usually, the less pages you use the better it is, 
because then more people will have them watchlisted.)

> And
> we can not flood the metawiki with pages and discussions without any order.

Actually, you can. I doubt Meta-Wiki will even notice. Of course, if you 
use subpages and/or a category it's better for everyone.

> I am sure, the general wiki was small. But why? We were de: and it. only.
> We talked directly via discussion pages. But things have changed
> significantly.
> Ok. I forgot the most important question... Are the language version and
> communities interested in coordinating the work and all the points I
> mentioned above?

This you should ask on Wikivoyage-l probably.
Usually, it's easier starting with something concrete to coordinate, 
rather than asking about general abstract willingness to coordinate.


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