--- Steve Bennett <stevagewp(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Why not the talk page? In the beginning at least, it
feasible simply to append tags like:
Then people could deal with that text in the normal
ways, adding comments as to whether they think it's
worth including etc. What's the downside?
IMHO its just not the place to put discrete chunks of
material which are designed for inclusion in the
article. Plus, talk pages can get overloaded with
nonsense or offtopic comments this way that have to be
pruned by hand. Using a ticket system will let people
use them, ignore them, otherwise file them to
in history would be a problem if the
who submitted the ticket wants credit. Some may
True. Maybe at first simply deny them that
opportunity? Or you know,
in the edit summary you could always put the source
so it's not *totally* lost.
WP is at the point where things are done only when
they are and no sooner by the brilliant people who
know how to do this stuff. It would be best left to
them to decide what minimum specific level of
sophistication is required. Wikidata seems like it was
on this track IIRC, and this might be just repeating a
part of that idea.
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