We need to define some operational tests, for example, if behavior
results in wheel wars or is associated with sustained edit warring,
it can be said to be divisive.
On May 16, 2006, at 11:04 AM, Erik Moeller wrote:
On 5/16/06, charles matthews
But I wouldn't prefer this.
'Divisive' is clearer than
have just been reading an academic text where it is stated that
has at least 100 meanings. Divisive writing can be recognised by its
intention, to split and polarise.
It is very difficult to know intentions. A policy which operates on
guessing intentions, rather than determining clear facts, is a
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