On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 6:37 PM, Matthew Senate <mattsenate <at> gmail.com
> Great work so far, I added some grammatical and clarification changes to the
> first paragraph, would love to continue the conversation on-wiki. Two
> meta-level thoughts:
> 1. Be bold! Posting content on Wikipedia and getting feedback from other
> wikipedians will help the article grow and provide opportunities to improve.
> Although it's hard to say what other folks might think or whether this issue
> has come up previously, I have a good feeling that the term "Libre" is
> notable enough to form an article as it both encapsulates a recognized gap
> in the English lexicon and has particular significance to particularly
> notable social movements (e.g. free/libre software/culture).
> 2. While the footnotes are great, it would be valuable to reserve <ref>'s
> for citations to reliable material. If we can find some more secondary
> resources, I think it will help this article stand up on its own legs and
> encourage the addition of further content and references down the line.
> Good work, keep up the editing!
> // Matt
> On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 2:55 PM, Chris Sakkas <sanglorian <at> gmail.com
>> Hi folks,
>> A couple of months ago I was drafting a Wikipedia page for 'libre', and I
>> finally returned to incorporate the remaining feedback I'd received. I'll
>> publish it in the next couple of days, but I thought I should give you a
>> chance to look over it before I do so:
>> Feel free to make any edits you like to the article itself, or leave a
>> comment on the talk page and I'll incorporate it.
>> Chris Sakkas
>> Admin of the FOSsil Bank wiki and the Living Libre blog and Twitter feed.
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