The current United Wiki Nations Project.

Idea Edit

There are (now) 4 autonomous regions, in Română (Gârnu), English (Otonjo), Italiano and Nederlands (Ziltland) . So there is for every language one island. This island should be small with 2 places maximum.

The ethnic groups rule themselves, they're only held by the UWN, which is ruled by the people, by polls/discussions.

Structure Edit

Every autonomous region has to have a fair political system (republic or constitutional monarchy for example). There can be discussion places in all languages, you can make your own rules for your own autonomous region, et cetera.

Main Page Edit

This is divided in four parts, all representing an autonomous region. In those parts there are links to important pages of the autonomous region or to a community portal. This is actually the main entrance to an autonomous region.

New autonomous regions Edit

You can ask here if you can start an autonomous region. You should have 2 users (you and somebody else). All languages can have only one autonomous region.

  • Suggestion: Ziltland. And no, I have no other user, so if someone else is interested ? Lars 15:47, 29 January 2008 (UTC)
    If it's Dutch, you even didn't had to make a suggestion.. (or will it be in another language?) Alexandru 17:14, 29 January 2008 (UTC)
1) Yes, it's Dutch, 2) does that mean it is acceptable ? BTW everyone seems to have left lovia and libertas. Is there a problem ? Should I stop editing too ? Lars 07:08, 30 January 2008 (UTC)
I don't understand.. that decision is to you. I don't say you have to stop! Alexandru 16:06, 30 January 2008 (UTC)
I'll see, maybe I continue, maybe I'll stop. Lars 18:03, 30 January 2008 (UTC)
  • Replace Italian with Limburgish!!! No, not yet, but [1] and [2]. I will get a user, no problem (also note the average growth of the Limburgish Wiktionary is 100 articles per day, yesterday even 500 [3], 4 active users) --Oos Wes Ilava (Bès) 08:12, 3 February 2008 (UTC)
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