I think that a more appropriate location for these wiki pages would be
on the soon to be created wiki.libreoffice.org rather than The
Document Foundation wiki.
Remember that the TDF wiki is not for LibreOffice information or
support, it is for community building and development.
I was thinking about this yesterday, and IMO create a whole new wiki is not
the best move: if you are worry by the fact TDF will in the future promote
more projects, this could be easily solved by "meta-tags". For example,
adding a [[Category:LibreOffice]] to the pages about LibO (and
[[Category:other-project]] to the others) should be enough to maintain
But what I see as a real mistake is this:
Stefan Weigel wrote:
The LibO wiki will have separate subdomains for each language, which
means a completely different concept and structure to what we have now.
I think the content on the different locales must be the same whenever
possible, and separate the wiki on different language subdomains defeat the
idea of "content coherence": IMO, the way in which TDF wiki is set up now is
the only possibility for a healthy multilingual project because it easy the
"interaction" between languages.
Just my 2¢
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