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There are versions in many languages including Ukrainian. It is easy
to correct/contribute. Someone should note the differences between the
1835 and 1842 editions of BULBA into the Ukrainian version. As of
today, the differences are duly noted in the English version.

On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 9:39 AM, Sorokowski, Andrew (ENRD)
<Andrew.Sorokowski@usdoj.gov> wrote:
> The recent exchange on the Gogol/Taras Bulba Wikipedia article brings up a
> somewhat neglected issue. Do Ukrainianists participate in Wikipedia? This is
> not just a source for high-school students and journalists. Many scholars
> use Wikipedia (from Hawai’ian ‘wiki-wiki,’ ‘quickly’) as a source – with
> caution, of course, as with all sources. I think it is the professional
> obligation of each of us to learn the technique of contributing to this
> collaborative project (it can’t be that hard) and ensure that at least one
> article in our area of specialization is accurate.
> Andrew Sorokowski JD,PhD
> Historical Research and Information Specialist
> US Department of Justice
> P.O. Box 23986
> Washington DC 20026-3986
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Stephen Velychenko
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