On 7/11/07, Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The Cunctator wrote:
Thomas Dalton <thomas.dalton(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > For example, a lot of people get knowledge of things from
> > friends, parents, family, local
newspapers, blogs, teachers, etc.,
> > of which are unacceptable or difficult
> > Maybe you only learn things from proper sources, but if so, you
> > be the exception.
> I know plenty of things that I haven't got from reliable sources. I
> don't use that knowledge to write Wikipedia articles, though. Writing
> an article based on personal knowledge violates our policy of only
> using reliable sources.
That is unreasonable, unenforceable, and not in any
way what the policy
It's perfectly reasonable and perfectly enforceable. Policy can, and
Maybe I'm just misunderstanding what you're writing, but how does one
discern between a contribution gleaned from non-reliable sources (but with a
reference) and a contribution gleaned from that reference?