On 7/13/07, Guy Chapman aka JzG <guy.chapman(a)spamcop.net> wrote:
On Wed, 11 Jul 2007 23:05:44 +0100, geni
> "There seems to be a terrible bias among
some editors that some sort
> of random speculative "I heard it somewhere" pseudo information is to
> be tagged with a "needs a cite" tag. Wrong. It should be removed,
> aggressively, unless it can be sourced. This is true of all
> information, but it is particularly true of negative information about
> living persons." - Jimmy Wales.
Not consitant with what Mr Wales has been up to
It's a fun read.
RfC is the second door on your left down the hall.
Um what for? The last I checked the debate over Mr Wales's stuff was
over pending him provideing any sources. There is a secondary debate
going on but that isn't really relivant to the article.
Depends. Sometimes it's a great idea.
No it isn't.
But hard cases make bad law.
If you regard the majority of our articles as hard changes I would
suggest you are useing the wrong law.