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From: Philip Welch
>I had a bash at creating a proposal which
would define notability on
>wikipedia as meaning that an article or topic is mentioned in a third
>party reliable source.
I can provide multiple third party reliable sources as evidence that
there is a four way stop on the intersection between Merman Drive and
Terre View Drive in Pullman, Washington. Does that mean that
aforementioned four way stop is worthy of mention in Wikipedia?
Recalling Jimbo's "Ten Things That Should Be Free"
in particular number 7: Free the Maps!
I would say absolute yes that information should be in a Wikimedia project that
seamlessly integrates into Wikipedia.
Perhaps when we are faced with information about such an obscure
intersection the question should be, "Where does it belong?" and not
"Wat's the quickest way to get rid of it?"