|Status of the proposal
|Details of the proposal
|A free-use wiki on which we have a wide range of community-driven literary works.
|Is it a multilingual wiki?
|There will be multiple language versions
|Potential number of languages
|The project will be first available in English and Portuguese. As the project grows, other language versions will be created.
|New features to require
|An extension where the individual classifies a work as worldbuilding-driven or non-worldbuilding-driven.
|List of project participants
The WikiLiterature project is a project where we have a wide-range of community-driven, free-use literary works. Unlike Wikisource, third-party works are not allowed, even if they are in the public domain or are freely licensed. Editing of a literary work, named "Featured works" can be permanently restricted to administrators after these criteria are met:
- There aren't any grammatical deficiencies
- There are no major alterations within a 3-month period
- (For novels) The novel has a clear categorization of text
- (For worldbuilding-driven works) The worldbuilding is consistent, and there are no inconsistencies
- The plot is original and novel.
- Vandalism is not frequent, and is quickly reverted.
Literary works can also include worldbuilding; if the creator chooses so, it must be classified upon creating it. Individuals can also upload files that can illustrate the literary works; videos are not allowed. Similar to Wikipedia, all content is available under a Creative Commons license, but a CC-BY 4.0 license (basically, third-parties are free to do what they want with such works, as long as they give credit to those behind the writings).