Steve Bennett wrote:
You make some very good points. One concern I have is
that we lack the
tools for users to share their tentative sources. Where exactly would a
user note "Think I this in one of Chomsky's earlier works"? In the
comment? In a <!-- comment -->? Starting a separate section on the talk
page just for a single sentence?
I have done all of these at different times, sometimes more than one at
You shouldn't go too far wrong if you keep in mind that you're writing
this for the editors that follow you - that the aim is verifiability
and/or to honestly note when you have a source but don't think you have
the very best one, or when you're doing it from memory, so that others
can improve or correct as is appropriate to Getting It Right.
Is that a sufficient guideline for people's editorial judgement?