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the scope matters.Edit
as far as i can see, things will go like this after lzh.wikisource established:
- there will be a big discussion to define the scope.
- the most talked-about topic would be if old chinese (according to your definition, works before ~500 BCE) will be included;
- other discussions will go around modern mixure of mandarin and old chinese;
- also ancient mixures such as 元杂剧 and so on.
- after you finish the discussion, entries that you want will be exported from zh.wikisource, and entries that you don't want will remain in zh.wikisource. 'dustbin' is a proper word to describe this situation.
if you insist that zh.wikisource will not be a dustbin, you should finish the scope of inclusion, and make zh.wikisource agree with your scope, before you start your wiki.
- 元雜劇 will not be included because it's Mandarin Chinese not Literary.
- I didn't say the Chinese before ~500 BCE is Literary Chinese.
- What's "old Chinese"??? I'm sorry, I don't know.
- Thank you. As you say, I should finish the scope of inclusion before the developing?
- But should I give the inclusion before I develop French Wikisource. The inclusion discussion is just for few articles. If they wonder the inclusion, they can learn some knowledge about language, not ask me. I am not the authority of the linguistics community, and my words are not as rigorous as those linguists. Besides, please talk in Requests for new languages/Wikisource Literary Chinese. --Bobo alcazar (talk) 02:19, 2 December 2018 (UTC)
In your one comment of Requests_for_new_languages/Wikisource_Literary_Chinese#Tentative_close, it seems that you mentioned this as "Literary Chinese", that's wrong point, those series of pages are written in Korean mixed script (Q711797), it's a kind of Korean texts, not Chinese texts. --Liuxinyu970226 (talk) 00:59, 17 January 2019 (UTC)