Proposal talk:Recognize that Wikipedia is more than an encyclopedia and fork it
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One or 2 databases
I think this idea is interesting, and the best way would be to have 1 database, to avoid duplication and incompleteness. I mean it'd be stupid that the user have to look in the 2 projects to check if the lacking information is not there. --Fiable.biz 13:15, 23 September 2009 (UTC)
Three databases ?
- The inclusionnist encyclopedia would contain all the articles that anybody would like to write
- The challenging encyclopedia would contain a set of reviewed articles from no 1.
- The deletionnist encyclopedia would only contain a selection of articles from no 1 or no 1.
Cantons-de-l'Est 12:50, 8 November 2009 (UTC)
How would this differ from Wikia? --LauraHale 16:09, 20 November 2009 (UTC)