On 09/04/07, Jeff Raymond <jeff.raymond(a)internationalhouseofbacon.com> wrote:
Oldak Quill wrote:
For these reasons, "notability" is a
terrible way to determine whether
an article should be kept or deleted on Wikipedia. The sooner we
abandon it (and start relying on harder measures such as
verifiability), the better.
Shameless plug for [[Wikipedia:Article inclusion]].
I've read the page more thoroughly and I fail to see how you could
have interpreted what I said as a plug for it. I said we should
entirely abandon notability for verification while that page states
that an article should be included if it is verifiable and notable.
I recognise the page seeks to change emphasis from notability to
verifiability and some of the reasoning is related to mine. Still, I
don't think the page goes far enough.
Why am I flogging this horse? I don't like being accused of doing (or
assumed to have done) things I did not do.
Oldak Quill (oldakquill(a)gmail.com)