Talk:Wagn (software)

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Merge proposal[edit]

My apologies for not dissenting on the merge proposal. Evidently I was not previously watching this page. The basis of dissent is the Connectipedia and Wagn are very separate projects managed by separate entities. Connectipedia is a wiki site; Wagn is a wiki software that underpins many wiki sites. The secondary sources in the Wagn article refer to Wagn, not Connectipedia.Intogreater (talk) 10:13, 14 May 2013 (UTC)

Which sites does Wagn underpin? How is it WP:Notable enough for its own article? I can't find much about it online from WP:Secondary, WP:Reliable sources. Can you provide some? Thanks, Captain Conundrum (talk) 10:18, 14 May 2013 (UTC)
So the page sites two external sources; is the question whether they are secondary and reliable? Or do you feel that the two are insufficient to establish notability? Or am I not understanding the issue. Sorry if these are newbie questions. Thanks for your help. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Intogreater (talkcontribs) 10:23, 14 May 2013 (UTC)
Yes there are two reasonable cites from blogs so far, which would be good enough for mentioning the software in the Connectipedia article, but no I don't think on their own they're sufficient to establish notability for a separate article. I'm happy to help reference the article, if you can point me at some more coverage online or offline, in any language. Thanks, Captain Conundrum (talk) 10:40, 14 May 2013 (UTC)
Frankly, how does a question like this get a real review. The fact is that Wagn is not Connectipedia, Grass Commons is a real non-profit that runs the Wagn main site at Among existing Wagns are many sites that are significant if not yet important in the eyes of some self-appointed Wikipedia hard-case. This is the most significant development in Wiki since it was created, and that's from the author of the very first Wiki implementation. What is the cost of leaving this page for the short time until more of its sites reach some arbitrary and non-stated importance criteria? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 14:59, 24 June 2013 (UTC)