Am 14.02.2011 12:12, schrieb Italo Vignoli:
UK gets many US articles re-published on US web sites. Communities in
other geographies are already better organized than in the US, with
the exception of the Spanish community, which is a mess for the same
reason (one single community for a language like Spanish does not make
sense, as a single community for a language like English).
Marketing in the US brings in visibility in other markets, but not
vice versa, and therefore is a priority. Marketing in other
geographies is easier, also because the US are the home market for
I hope this explains the issue. In any case, I think that for the
first few months we should have as many informations as these ones -
helping newcomers to understand where they should go - on the web site.
Many users have never heard about wikis, and will never look for infos
inside a wiki.
Again an order of a member of the SC is going to be realized without
previous discussion on the appropriate place?
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