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On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 9:52 AM, Wojciech Zasadni
<> wrote:
(Maybe I mistunderstood guidelines from:

It might be a good time for us to revisit the pages that have more
'common' content on them, for example:

In some cases, it's possible that these pages just pre-date the
creation of pages on these topics in English. In that respect, we
might just need to have a wiki party to bring this content back
together and/or create English versions of small articles.

If we have contributors gung-ho about creating common content who
don't speak English, we could try to partner them up with someone who
is bilingual who could take the content that they create and translate
it back into English. This would then provide an English source for
other NLP team members who may not speak the language in which the
article was originally written. I expect this might be a bit

I also came across some event pages:

In general, I'd suggest we create all of our event pages under

...and I'd suggest we have at least a stub-page in English with dates,
location, etc. The CeBIT pages are a good test case, because their
purpose is "Coordination (in German)." In that case, I think the
English base-page could say something like "For more details (in
German), see [[Events/2014/CeBIT/de]]."


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