Talk:Memory of the World Programme
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June 2007 listings
Last week they added 38 items to the register. I added 2 of these to this list article, and created Category:Memory of the World Register. That's all I have time for right now, anyone else is welcome to finish adding the new listings to this article. — Eoghanacht talk 15:22, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
Amerindian Language Collection
I translated from the Spanish Wikipedia the new "Memory of the World" that Mexico has recieved in 2007, la Colección de Lenguas Indígenas, but I don´t know if it´s the official name in English. I´m not very fluent in English so I don´t know if it´s a good translation eather. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 15:46, 9 December 2007 (UTC)
Which "regional and national registers"?
The article tells us:
- In response to the worldwide scale of the Register, some countries or groups of countries have also established national (i.e. national registers) and regional counterparts, resulting in a three-tiered Register that has been supported by the Memory of the World Programme. This allows for the better administration of documentary items.
This cites a source that's so old that I didn't bother looking at it. (No, I'm not objecting, I'm just saying.)
Which nations and which regions? I googled, but couldn't find a list anywhere. I do know that Australia and Britain have registers; here's the website of the former; here is the en:WP article on the latter. Nowhere else? -- Hoary (talk) 14:25, 5 June 2011 (UTC)