On 2/14/06, Guy Chapman <guy.chapman(a)spamcop.net> wrote:
But in the end what is in the main article space *is*
Wikipedia, and you don't
publish half a sentence and a "back in ten" notice in a paper encyclopaedia.
Part of the reason I started contributing to Wikipedia was the (then)
tolerance for good-faith works in progress.
I still believe the rate of addition of new articles is not so great
that we cannot stop and check a few things before nominating for
deletion. I feel a good proportion of the problem is that patrolling
new pages attracts the immediateist and impatient above the
eventualist and patient contributor.