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Hello everyone,

Le Tue, 02 Jul 2013 08:50:28 +0200,
Florian Effenberger <> a écrit :


Sophie Gautier wrote on 2013-07-01 22:22:

Well, as we don't think anymore to have a wiki in local language, I

who says so?
It's just one of the other zillion tasks on my todo (which currently 
has, I just counted, exactly 100 entries just for infra).

don't see any other solution than protecting the wiki, as I don't
have the technical skills to see otherwise, but that's against the
community too.

It doesn't help if any proposal we make is called to be against the 
community. ;-) The issue is that we regularly receive lots of spam - 
having links to sex sites, viagra and casinos is against the
community as well, isn't it? ;)

So, we need some solution, and I try to find out what the best
approach is...

If I may help here. What Florian and Sophie agree on -or must agree on
- is that we need a wiki that's practical for non english
  native-speakers and that has no or a limited amount of spam.  We
  don't have to choose between either one of them.

If Wikimedia/Wikipedia have successfully managed to tackle these
challenges, then we must find out how they did it. 

Florian, if you agree, let's first have Jonathan check what's going on
at Wikimedia on these questions. Simon and I can also ping Wikimedia
for other contacts and let's see what it can bring. 

What do you think?

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