Thank you for the lead. Will have a look. I suggest others do to.
P.S: The second link is called ComputerMacGyver, after MacGyver, my
favourite TV show : P
On 3 April 2011 20:08, Arun Ramarathnam <arunra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I came across Elgg  An open source social networking engine. I have
> tried it out sometime back and found it interesting. Recently I noticed it
> has a Mediawiki plugin  .
> It might be worthwhile to test it out with a mediawiki installation. If it
> is useful, we could explore further.. wikimedia.in? Just thinking aloud.
>  http://elgg.org/
> On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 7:41 PM, Srikanth Ramakrishnan <
> rsrikant...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Heya again.
>> I thought of this idea today. I figured it might help.
>> How about we [on a regular basis], list out our major contributions on
>> various Wikimedia projects on a periodic basis?
>> The advantages of this stupidity are:
>> * Editors might find someone else who edits articles of similar nature and
>> this will lead to more collaboration and team work.
>> * People can get feedback on their edits and can help other users improve
>> OR improve themselves.
>> * This results in cross-editing, the overall quality of articles will go
>> Examples are:
>> * I edit something related to a certain National Highway. Users like
>> Naveenpf or SBC-YPR might have some photographs or references, and might add
>> * I create an article in Hindi, somebody sees it and translates it to
>> Advantages are aplenty, do let me know what you think of this.
>> Wear a Lungi, Support the Movement
>> My infrastructure invasion... plus other images
>> too.. on Wikimedia Commons. http://bit.ly/d50SIq
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