So here's something that got me thinking, assuming there is a bot that
could create perfect translations, both linguistically and
idiomatically, from English to every other language and we ran that on
Wikipedia - would that be considered growth?
Or do we have our own "triple bottom" line, of a kind? People,
Projects and Knowledge?
On 5 June 2011 14:08, CherianTinu Abraham <tinucher...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I need to agree with Gautam.
> Growth = More Participations | More User/Contributions on both English and
> Language Wikipedias | More language Wikipedias and Wikimedia Projects
> ( Not necessarily donations ;P )
> - TC
> On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 1:37 PM, sankarshan <foss.mailingli...@gmail.com>
>> On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 8:54 AM, CherianTinu Abraham
>> <tinucher...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > The Outlook : "Help: This Is A Stub"
>> > http://outlookindia.com/article.aspx?272101 ( web version)
>> > It was inevitable, really. Wikimedia had little choice but to come to
>> > India
>> > as growth in the West, or the ‘Global North’, tapers off.
>> > with its “strong culture of free speech” and its numerous languages.
>> > “There
>> > is a huge growth potential here...just look at the number of languages,”
>> > says Datta.
>> I had a small conversation with Gautam on Twitter (not the best medium
>> for a discussion really !) -
>> <https://twitter.com/#!/gkjohn/status/77251118433968128> and so forth.
>> What interests me is the scope of the word 'growth' - what does growth
>> mean, when applied to Wikimedia ?
>> sankarshan mukhopadhyay
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