Logo of Crnogorska Enciklopedija
Type of site
|Internet encyclopedia project|
|Owner||IT Association of Montenegro|
Crnogorska Enciklopedija (English: Montenegrin Encyclopedia; formerly Montenegrowiki) was an internet encyclopedia project written in Montenegrin, which existed from 2006 to 2008. It was started by the IT Association of Montenegro in 2006 as an experimental project, with the goal of providing a base for a future Montenegrin Wikipedia. As of late 2008, it is nonfunctional. It used the MediaWiki software, running at version 1.6.8, and did not carry advertising.
By 9 January 2008, Crnogorska Enciklopedija had just over 1,000 articles. Like Wikipedia, the articles were released under the GNU Free Documentation License. Its authors and webmasters were Darko Bulatović ("User:WikiSysop") and Damir Mustafić ("User:OutLook"). According to Bulatović, in an interview for the Montenegrin daily newspaper Vijesti, the project was a victim of wiki-hacking, having been attacked by users from Serbia.
As of late 2008, the project is closed.
- "Nova šansa za Montenegrowiki". Vijesti. 2008-01-09. Retrieved 2008-01-09.
- Damira Kalač (2011-01-25). "Inicijativa za Wikipediju i Facebook na crnogorskom jeziku". Vijesti.me (in Montenegrin). Retrieved 2013-07-07.
- Crnogorska Enciklopedija main page
- Crnogorska Enciklopedija about itself
- Requests for new languages/Wikipedia Montenegrin 3 (meta.wikmedia.org)