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as said, lots of things are going on in the background, which is one reason why I've been so silent. ;-)

I had a talk to Manuel Schneider from Wikimedia, who kindly offered help on the wiki, and actually is doing so already. We had some brainstorming on how to best organize the future wiki, and we came up with the following idea:

- there will be actually two wikis: one for TDF, one for LibO

- the TDF wiki will be low in structure and mostly in English, while the LibO wiki will provide -- just like Wikipedia does -- one subdomain for each language, like for the German variant. That way, searches are only in the desired language, and local teams can use the page titles they want, instead of using the English one and suffixing the language code

- all wikis will use shared user database and the same wiki installation; only templates and other wiki-specific stuff will be available several times

Manuel offered to take care of the setup.

What do you basically think about the idea? Makes sense?


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