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This is a proposal for a new Wikimedia sister project.
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Status of the proposal
Statusprocedurally closed
Reasonstill largely unintelligible
Details of the proposal
Project descriptionopen way to write declarations and track and upload documents for court publicly for topics that bother many people
Is it a multilingual wiki?Will there be many language versions or just on one multilingual wiki? - i do not know
Potential number of languagesyes, multilingual
Proposed taglineno tagline
Proposed URLno website
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New features to requireprobably no new features are required
Development wikino
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wikilegalcases, wikiprocess, wikitrial, wikiproceedings, wikideclarations, wikiappeals, i do not know english well enough to know which of these are ok

Related projects/proposals

Wikilaw, Wikilaw_(3), Wiki-Law, WikiLegalCases

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open way to write declarations and track and upload documents for court publicly, and to link to relevant documents and other webpages, for topics that bother many people

this way, crowdsourcing, of writing of declaration for court, can be cheaper or trustworthier than help of jurist. as i know, there is special treatment of medical advices and legal advices in some of usa states, they are disallowed except if given by professionals, but, it is not the case in russia, and probably in many other countries. those domains of knowledge are just as other domains of knowledge, feel free to talk.


for example, i tried to write links about a russian lawsuit of a school principal against russia's government, as i remember: w:tt:Кулланучы:Qdinar/Павел_Шмаковның_татар_теле_дәресләре_буенча_судлашулары . i made a scheme of how many court sessions are related, in a linked page. this my activity is not fully allowed in wikipedia, by rules, but i thought, since that data can be used in articles, it can be considered as allowed. and nobody reprimanded me. also i would try and would like, in some time in future, to help to write, or get help in writing, a declaration about allowed languages of russia's school exams.

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i do not understand why you do not understand it. as i said, there are english words, which should be comprehensible each itself. you should be able to show at least a one point in the text which is incomprehensible, like several words used together and the meaning formed by them is not acceptable, because it contradicts some well known ideas, facts, or some other place of the text. so, please, explain, what cannot you understand here. to tell the truth, i have answered to this here only after one month, after he closed this my project again. i copied my previous answer as a quick reaction, but maybe i will try also to write additional explanations. --QDinar (talk) 21:37, 2 November 2022 (UTC)[reply]
English is a language which requires the words to be assembled in a coherent and rational order to convey meaning. The rules are complex and flexible, but they do exist, and the descriptions above do not convey a useful meaning in their context. · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 04:44, 17 December 2022 (UTC)[reply]
see Meta:Requests_for_deletion#Wikilawsuits . --QDinar (talk) 12:04, 18 December 2022 (UTC)[reply]


Not clear what the scope of the project would include, or how it would be used. Not possible to support without clarification. · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 04:44, 17 December 2022 (UTC)[reply]

for example, for collective declarations for court to defend human rights of minority groups, in various countries. to write the declarations together, and if declaration is written again for an upper level of court, to track that process. --QDinar (talk) 12:09, 18 December 2022 (UTC)[reply]
Still unclear. If you are not a native English speaker, I suggest you explain in you home language. Others can then try to translate in a way that could be clearer to the rest of us who are currently baffled. Cheers, · · · Peter (Southwood) (talk): 04:55, 12 January 2023 (UTC)[reply]