On 17/02/2008, Screamer <scream(a)datascreamer.com> wrote:
Totally agree here. I don't even think censorship
is the issue, as
censoring would require making the photo unavailable.
I also don't think that moving material into different articles is
inherently censorship; otherwise we would be technically censoring
almost every time we move material around to form sub articles, but
it's still available.
I believe we cannot in any conscience censor the *wikipedia* as a
*whole*, but moving stuff around to articles where it is self-evident
what is in them (a principle of least surprise) is a different issue.
I do also feel *very* strongly indeed that removing wikilinks can very
definitely be a form of censorship; if people can't easily find
We live in an imperfectly imperfect world. If we lived in a perfectly
imperfect world things would be a lot better.