[kde-community] Incubating project
riccardo at kde.org
Mon Dec 30 23:16:24 UTC 2013
It's Italian only for now as here is where we found a community of users
and content producers, and since most content is initially coming from
course notes, typing them in LaTeX is one thing, typing + translating them
is another. ;-)
As Jeremy was explaining, I'm very open to have other languages too,
eventually very much in the way Wikipedia does, I just don't have the time,
knowledge and resources to follow language spinoffs properly.
If somebody wants to step up and possibly has already some links within an
academical institution (at all levels) or has some redistributable material
to share, you have my total support to open en.wikifm.org or anything else.
Il 30/dic/2013 23:36 "Valorie Zimmerman" <valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com> ha
> On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 12:37 PM, Jeremy Whiting <jpwhiting at kde.org>
> > Hello all,
> > I'm pleased to announce the KDE Incubator is incubating a project
> > WikiFM as described here:
> > http://community.kde.org/Incubator/Projects/WikiFM .
> > Though the incubation process is still a work in progress we thought
> > we'd kick start it with a real project and change the process as
> > needed with feedback from this project's members.
> > I expect we'll see more projects in the KDE incubator as time goes on,
> > for now let's give a warm KDE welcome to the WikiFM project.
> > thanks,
> > Jeremy
> It looks good, and sounds so in line with what we do, and how we do
> it. Welcome, WikiFM!
> I have one question: is this strictly Italian, or are there plans to
> branch out or affiliate with similar projects in other countries, and
> other languages?
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