On 06/10/06, Jake Waskett <jake(a)waskett.org> wrote:
I think we need to remember that these notices
actually serve two
1. They act as a reminder, via cleanup lists etc., to improve the
quality of the article.
And as a gentle nudge to the article creator.
2. They act as a service to the reader, in effect
acting as a
disclaimer. In a sense, this actually helps our credibility, because
letting readers know what *isn't* trustworthy helps them to identify
Yep! We're a top 20 site; being honest about our deficiencies is a
service to our readers. Besides, they might be inspired by that "Edit
this page" link.