On 4/4/07, Ken Arromdee <arromdee(a)rahul.net> wrote:
Letting people fix it themselves, though, has one
advantage: it's removed
*immediately*, not when some volunteer gets around to it. Moreover, figuring
I think we act pretty quickly in those cases.
out who to complain to is itself something that
newcomers may find difficult
It's stupid to tell people "you can edit anything in Wikipedia except the
one thing which is affecting your life. You must figure out the proper
bureaucratic procedure to use and go through that instead."
That's a separate issue. I've argued before for the creation of a
simple, user-friendly GUI which directs users through the reporting of
problems. We do need to make it much easier.