Nice! I love that someone has finally settled the size-in-volumes
debate in a somewhat... direct... fashion.

Incidentally, the largest print serial I'm aware of is the 'Serial
Set' of American official papers; it currently runs to around 14,000
volumes -

So we're half-way there.

If we take the reasonable guess that enwiki is about the same text
volume as all other Wikipedias put together, then we're probably just
about to overtake them...


On 17 June 2015 at 14:06, MZMcBride <> wrote:
> phoebe ayers wrote:
>>I need a break from thinking about things going wrong. And so per Milos'
>>observation that discussion here is falling off, I thought I'd start an
>>open discussion thread about things going right.
>>What's a cool thing you just discovered or are involved in that is
>>happening in the Wikimedia world?
> Hi.
> This story about an art exhibit opening in New York on Thursday is pretty
> neat. A Wikipedian has been working for years to create a print version of
> Wikipedia, described as "half utilitarian data visualization project, half
> absurdist poetic gesture." Hopefully we'll have photos of the project on
> Wikimedia Commons soon.
> Related reading: <>.
> MZMcBride
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