Is there any reason that you upload files here and not to Wikimedia Commons? Every file that can be uploaded to Wikimedia Commons should be uploaded there. Only files that are PD in US but non-free in the country of origin can be stored here.
გამარჯობა. გმადლობთ იმ საქმისთვის, რასაც აქ აკეთებთ. :-) –BruTe 10:35, 4 October 2017 (UTC)
Question: Are you interested in trying to get a separate subdomain for Georgian Wikisource?
Georgian seems to be the sixth largest language here on multilingual Wikisource, and I am wondering whether you are interested in moving this to its own subdomain (i.e., ka.wikisource.org), or whether you are satisfied leaving things here.
There are advantages either way, to be fair.
- Most particularly, in your own subdomain you and your community will have to really manage the whole wiki: rules, discussion pages, etc. Here, you can just add content to your heart's content and not worry (much) about the rest.
- In some cases, this wiki can host texts that are not considered public-domain at home, but are considered public domain in the US. I have no knowledge of Georgian copyright law, so I have no idea if that applies here.
- On the other hand, in your own subdomain, the project is focused on Georgian texts. You don't have to deal with the rest of the infrastructure here.
I ask, mainly, because if you want to try to get your own subdomain, you need to recruit additional people to help you create a community. Language Committee requires there to be a community in order to approve a project. In general, that is defined as being at least three registered users, making at least ten edits each per month, for a minimum three-month period, and moving on to approval. Right now, the Georgian content here is pretty much a one-person show: you.
If you're content working on things here (or doing so for now), then you're fine. Keep doing what you're doing. If you'd like to try to get a separate Georgian Wikisource created, then please try to recruit some additional community members.