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Hey, just saw you started editing the russian wiki! nice! i'm very willing to help build it up, though my russian skills are pretty much limited so far. am learning right now, so hope to contribute more useful stuff in the future :)  just add information, don't worry too much about the wiki syntax and stuff, i'll check it from time to time and fix things. maybe we can start little projects or something, promote them on the front page, and get more people on maybe. what about first fixing all major cities of russia, adding hitchhiking informations, translate from english, etc.? ideas welcome! see you! :) --[[Участник:Platschi|Platschi]] 17:05, 4 ноября 2010 (CET)
 
Hey, just saw you started editing the russian wiki! nice! i'm very willing to help build it up, though my russian skills are pretty much limited so far. am learning right now, so hope to contribute more useful stuff in the future :)  just add information, don't worry too much about the wiki syntax and stuff, i'll check it from time to time and fix things. maybe we can start little projects or something, promote them on the front page, and get more people on maybe. what about first fixing all major cities of russia, adding hitchhiking informations, translate from english, etc.? ideas welcome! see you! :) --[[Участник:Platschi|Platschi]] 17:05, 4 ноября 2010 (CET)
 
:* main idea is how to copy all info from there http://ve.free-travels.ru/ ??? they got tonns of information, a bit oudated but still. bad side of that cite is stupid engine and damned copyright for all articles. engine is handmade stuff. that cite was created before wiki. copyright is shit, articles fixed in old condition and people do not update them. I heard that Krotov is thinking about new cite and engine but he superoverprotected guy and will never trust his information to forein strangers. Is there is any backup tools for wikipedia? I plan to explain to Krotov that maybe he able to save all info and them and backup it somewhere else if foreiners will kick him out from hitchwiki. :)
 
:* main idea is how to copy all info from there http://ve.free-travels.ru/ ??? they got tonns of information, a bit oudated but still. bad side of that cite is stupid engine and damned copyright for all articles. engine is handmade stuff. that cite was created before wiki. copyright is shit, articles fixed in old condition and people do not update them. I heard that Krotov is thinking about new cite and engine but he superoverprotected guy and will never trust his information to forein strangers. Is there is any backup tools for wikipedia? I plan to explain to Krotov that maybe he able to save all info and them and backup it somewhere else if foreiners will kick him out from hitchwiki. :)
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::Hey, yes, I was thinking about this, copying important information from there to here. Copyright sucks, indeed. I wonder what are the reasons that he (or the whole AVP) doesn't want to share the hitching info (most basically: how to get out of cities & general stuff about countries) with like-minded '''hitchhikers''' worldwide, or in case of this wiki, anyway, only Russian speaking ones? though, for example info on hitchhiking out of cities, if you read some info at avp, "try out" & hitch the spot yourself and afterwards describe it with your own words on Автостопвики how you did it, it should be fine, right? quite some info can be already translated from english hitchwiki and should be common for russian hitchers anyway, like how to get out of Piter and Moskva ;-) But would be nice to convince them that probably instead of starting a new engine/website, it could be very useful to use the available hitchwiki structure to build up a Russian avp-wiki. Big pro's should be common to you :) a) cc-by-sa licence, which means share-alike & attribution to authors, b) new info can be added to existing hitching info, c) it would be in russian here anyway and for a lot of other good reasions. let's see how it goes, meanwhile we can slowly build up the rough structures of cities/regions of russia and then go further. hope to get some more people onto the boat then. i'm now two month in moscow from wednesday on, so i hope my russian will improve to more than 'ya ne vsjo panimaju' ;-) --[[Участник:Platschi|Platschi]] 13:17, 6 ноября 2010 (CET)

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Hey, just saw you started editing the russian wiki! nice! i'm very willing to help build it up, though my russian skills are pretty much limited so far. am learning right now, so hope to contribute more useful stuff in the future :) just add information, don't worry too much about the wiki syntax and stuff, i'll check it from time to time and fix things. maybe we can start little projects or something, promote them on the front page, and get more people on maybe. what about first fixing all major cities of russia, adding hitchhiking informations, translate from english, etc.? ideas welcome! see you! :) --Platschi 17:05, 4 ноября 2010 (CET)

  • main idea is how to copy all info from there http://ve.free-travels.ru/ ??? they got tonns of information, a bit oudated but still. bad side of that cite is stupid engine and damned copyright for all articles. engine is handmade stuff. that cite was created before wiki. copyright is shit, articles fixed in old condition and people do not update them. I heard that Krotov is thinking about new cite and engine but he superoverprotected guy and will never trust his information to forein strangers. Is there is any backup tools for wikipedia? I plan to explain to Krotov that maybe he able to save all info and them and backup it somewhere else if foreiners will kick him out from hitchwiki. :)
Hey, yes, I was thinking about this, copying important information from there to here. Copyright sucks, indeed. I wonder what are the reasons that he (or the whole AVP) doesn't want to share the hitching info (most basically: how to get out of cities & general stuff about countries) with like-minded hitchhikers worldwide, or in case of this wiki, anyway, only Russian speaking ones? though, for example info on hitchhiking out of cities, if you read some info at avp, "try out" & hitch the spot yourself and afterwards describe it with your own words on Автостопвики how you did it, it should be fine, right? quite some info can be already translated from english hitchwiki and should be common for russian hitchers anyway, like how to get out of Piter and Moskva ;-) But would be nice to convince them that probably instead of starting a new engine/website, it could be very useful to use the available hitchwiki structure to build up a Russian avp-wiki. Big pro's should be common to you :) a) cc-by-sa licence, which means share-alike & attribution to authors, b) new info can be added to existing hitching info, c) it would be in russian here anyway and for a lot of other good reasions. let's see how it goes, meanwhile we can slowly build up the rough structures of cities/regions of russia and then go further. hope to get some more people onto the boat then. i'm now two month in moscow from wednesday on, so i hope my russian will improve to more than 'ya ne vsjo panimaju' ;-) --Platschi 13:17, 6 ноября 2010 (CET)