On 2/28/06, Steve Bennett <stevage(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/28/06, The Cunctator <cunctator(a)gmail.com>
Ultimately Wikipedia is about a large number of
people producing text
for each other to read.
You think? I thought we were operating under some kind of assumption
of 1 in every 10 or so readers of each page becoming an editor. Not
that we have any actual stats or anything...
Oh, I'm talking long term, when Wikipedia is a sentient entity that
takes every single thing every person writes online and incorporates
it into its own knowledge base.
Okay, I guess I'm talking about a few stages before that.
A little more seriously, I mean that our *goal*, I think, should be to
have everyone edit and read, whereas our expectations are that a much
smaller percentage are much more active.