On Thu, 5 Jul 2007 08:38:18 -0500, Kurt Maxwell Weber
No, the solution is to ban links to content that
attacks Wikipedia users,
regardless of the site, and to leave links to other content alone,
*regardless of the site*.
You think. Whereas other of us think that liking to a web forum that
is comprised largely of harassment, attacks and outing is pretty much
never appropriate. No WR link is "safe" because WR threads can be
added to at any time.
Great. So then it's OK to link to a static guaranteed-not-changing
archived copy of a WR thread, like the archived copies WebCite or the
Internet Archive provides? Would that finally be acceptable?