As Wikisource is primarily a workflow environment, it is crucial to have a complete implementation of the tooling. When asked, it was indicated that many of the small fixes happen exclusively on the English Wikisource. This lack of support for the proofreading extension elsewhere is an additional argument for doing away with all the single language Wikisources. When one Wikisource provides adequate tooling for the workflow, another wiki can be used to publish its finished content.
A Wiki publishing content in a final form can publish on behalf of any and all open content project that create finished products. Such an expanded project where finished content is marketed to our public will achieve multiple goals:
- it will make finishing projects more attractive
- with an enlarged catalogue it will attract more public
- it helps us achieve what the Wikimedia Foundation is committed to