Source Pravda.Ru

Russia to create its own Wikipedia

The Russian government will develop a domestic analogue of Wikipedia on the basis of the Great Russian Encyclopedia and other Russian scientific books, a document signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said. The document was published on the website of legal information.

A special committee will supervise the implementation of the project. The committee includes  Deputy Minister of Communications and Mass Media Alexei Volin, representatives of the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Culture and the Russian Academy of Sciences. Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Prikhodko will chair the committee.

The document states that "the national scientific and educational interactive encyclopedic portal" is to be developed on the basis of the electronic version of "Great Soviet Encyclopedia" and other Russian scientific encyclopedias.

Pravda.Ru

Read article on the Russian version of Pravda.Ru

Comments
America's choice: a party of criminals or a party of cowards
Meet Jeremy Hunt: The (Lightweight) Laboratory Politician
America's choice: a party of criminals or a party of cowards
Russia launches new submarine, carrier of Poseidon underwater drones
America's choice: a party of criminals or a party of cowards
America's choice: a party of criminals or a party of cowards
Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka: Explosions in hotels and churches kill at least 160
Putin sends telegram to Macron after Notre Dame fire: Russia ready to help
Putin loses everything he has
Putin loses everything he has
Putin loses everything he has
Christchurch aftermath: Invaders complain of invaders
Russia and NATO terminate cooperation in military and civil areas completely
Russia and NATO terminate cooperation in military and civil areas completely
Russia and NATO terminate cooperation in military and civil areas completely
Russia and NATO terminate cooperation in military and civil areas completely
Russia and NATO terminate cooperation in military and civil areas completely
Does the world need evil?
Declaration of Florence: For an International Front NATO Exit
Declaration of Florence: For an International Front NATO Exit
Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka: Explosions in hotels and churches kill at least 160