[LGM] Fwd: Avoiding Wikipedia

Nathan Willis nwillis at glyphography.com
Tue Apr 21 10:52:11 PDT 2015

Another possibility might be Wikivoyage, which is travel-centric, but like
Martin said, I don't see any harm in having more than one link.

Unless we're getting charged by the bit for site hosting ... in which case
that's probably something else we should reconsider in the future....


On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 11:43 AM, Louis Desjardins <
louis.desjardins at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2015-04-21 10:48 GMT-04:00 Dave Crossland <dave at lab6.com>:
>> Hi
>> I dunno, I figure wp is a good source in 2015. How often did the shengen
>> areas change? Not that often that wp will be out of date for long
> Hi,
> I support ginger’s point of view here. I think that providing the link to
> the authority itself maybe a better choice, if only to avoid an outdated
> info.
> Unless someone can find a better authoritative source, I’d go with the
> link she has suggested:
> http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/home-affairs/what-we-do/policies/borders-and-visas/schengen/index_en.htm
> Wikipedia is always available to anyone who wishes to read more about a
> subject.
> Again, this is of course not for 2015... or things have change really
> fast! :-)
> Louis
nwillis at glyphography.com <http://identi.ca/n8>
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