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At Wikimania 2007 in Taipei. Care of user:Joi.
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Current workEdit

  • news on different projects - how to coordinate this / revive Wikizine?
  • Wiktionary:Project - Unified Wiktionary outreach
  • Quotes and sayings (and correlation with wikiquote)
  • Translations : Getting the doublewiki extension to work with editing
  • Interlanguage link data : getting an entry with translations for every stemword that exists on more than one wikipedia with a connecting internalguage link. Or an entry on every stemword, period, in the appropriate language? If it has an article on a non-narrative project, it has a definition... [and if that compendium, perhaps more like wordnik than wiktionary, isn't a 'dictionary', what is it and how do we make it available to would-be users?]


/Random log, tracking the lack of English terms since 2004!
New logo design! Cf. new wikisource and other simmilar logo developments.


Changing attribution for an edit (rosicrucian, etc; see meta these days, and new bureaucrat tools) has been disabled, however, for taking too much developer time...

Random entry by language : what if there were something like that for policies by topic area?

Quotation locationEdit

Where do iconic sayings/quotations and their translations (and explanations!) go? Wikiquote, or wiktionary? When is a [short] phrase a dictionary term, and when a proper quote? How about idioms? To ponder.