Can we do something to make people register? Seeing the really high number
of edits made by anonymous users at <
that would also be beneficial when it comes to selecting admins etc. which
we would want the local community to do. User:Javarobot (not a bot) is
continuously active for some months already, but e.g. User:Assoc is
meanwhile globally locked.
2018-02-07 20:11 GMT+01:00 Steven White <koala19...@hotmail.com>:
> I'd like to open this subject up for discussion.
> Chinese Wikiversity is the largest test within Beta Wikiversity, with 722
> pages (as of today). While the numbers aren't directly comparable, that
> number is higher than the number of pages in each of the smallest seven
> independent Wikiversity projects. Additionally, the interface translation
> is effectively complete in both zh-hans and zh-hant.
> Where there is a question here is on community activity. The truth is that
> LangCom should have approved this project around the end of 2014. From late
> 2012 through the end of 2014, this test project met the activity
> requirement just about every single month. From then until late in 2017,
> activity was consistent, but not quite as high, with most months not quite
> seeing enough activity for approval.
> Since late 2017, there has been a great deal of activity, most of which
> comes from anonymous users. Now, I understand that we normally don't count
> in "anonymous" when looking for regular activity. But given the magnitude
> of the activity, the past periods of activity, the fact that even without
> the anonymous contributions there is almost enough activity to allow
> approval—and most of all, the confounding factor of the Great Firewall—I'm
> actually inclined to consider approving this.
> Please share your thoughts.
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