User talk:Gyll

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I'm sorry that you object to the suggestion that 'QoR' be moved to Wiktionary. If you could add more information (and I think that it would have to be moved to its proper title, with 'QoR' being a redirect), so that it became an encyclopædia article rather than a bare definition, then doubtless the move wouldn't be necessary. I must admit that it didn't seem likely to me that that could happen, but you're presumably more expert than I. As for the general notion that Wikipedia and Wiktionary be merged — whatever the merits, I suspect that the division is too well developed (and supported) for there to be much chance of that. It might be an idea, though, to argue for an automatic search in Wiktionary for any search term not found in Wikipedia. Mel Etitis (Μελ Ετητης) 11:44, 17 Mar 2005 (UTC)

I left a comment on Talk:Qor and then came here to find that Mel Etitis had already said much the same thing. I'm more optimistic than he is that the article could be made suitable for Wikipedia, though. Unfortunately, I lack the expertise to augment it. JamesMLane 12:15, 17 Mar 2005 (UTC)

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