On 5/3/06, Steve Bennett <stevage(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 03/05/06, geni <geniice(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Looks like anyone who might be that someone has enough work on their
Yep. But the vast majority of those articles are good enough that
they're better than a conspicuous hole where they used to be. I don't
object to us aiming for higher standards, but I do object to us nuking
anything that's trying to get there - if slowly.
For my part I think there's a bare minimum of effort which the authors
of an article need to perform before they can expect someone else to
fix things. Verifiability - pointing to a source where someone can
find out more information, is a big part of that bare minimum of
Of course not everyone knows about verifiability, so you should
generally give them a chance to correct their own mistake first unless
it's plainly obvious they are simply abusing the system.