I'm afraid Wikitravel is about 17,000 articles ahead of you. Is duplicating like this really necessary, since Wikitravel also uses a copyleft Creative Commons license? WikiTravel:User:Jpatokal
Well, we're cuter than the people at Wikitravel. Does that make a difference? -- Danny (talk) 01:59, 8 August 2006 (UTC)
I suspect that Evan might dispute that!
But, seriously, do you have a less flippant answer? Why should I contribute to World Wikia instead of Wikitravel? WikiTravel:User:Jpatokal
Now that I think about it, I do. I don't know if these are the answers that the founders have, but here they are.
One difference is that this wiki is part of Wikia, so it's connected to a whole group of contributors working on other projects. It'll bring in different people, and make different connections.
The other answer is that if you're happy at Wikitravel, then you should contribute to Wikitravel. It's not important whether this is the "biggest" travel wiki. World Wiki and Wikitravel are both going to develop and grow, based on how they're set up, and the contributors they attract.
Maybe one of them will thrive, and the other one won't -- or maybe they'll both turn out to be great. We don't need to create a false competition between them. They'll both play out organically, and we'll see what happens. I have high hopes for both of them. -- Danny (talk) 14:50, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

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