[PD] [PD-announce] call for pdpedia language site admins

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Tue Oct 2 15:22:33 CEST 2007

Pdpedia is modelled after Wikipedia, so I think that the Wikipedia  
rules apply unless otherwise discussed.  This is all quite new and no  
one really knows how to do it, so try things out.

Plus, I think that each language should be autonomous, like  
wikipedia.  Yes, standards and sharing work are good, but they should  
be accepted by those involved in that language site.

For docs, the mediawiki site, the wikipedia site, and the #mediawiki  
chat room are good:



On Oct 2, 2007, at 4:24 AM, João Miguel Pais wrote:

> hi,
> is there an "pdpedia administrator for dummies" guide? (if not, I  
> could make one as I go) What are the steps to be made? Should I  
> wait until the english version is more structured and then copy/ 
> translate everything? (I wasn't in the discussions and just jumped  
> into this, but I guess that all languages should have the same  
> structure, right?)
> Joao
> Am 02.10.2007, 03:51 Uhr, schrieb Hans-Christoph Steiner  
> <hans at eds.org>:
>> Plus imports show up as normal edits, so you can do them at any time,
>> and if oyu mistakenly overwrite something, it'll be in the history.
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