From: Guy Chapman aka JzG
On Sat, 21 Oct 2006 11:07:40 -0400, SPUI <drspui(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Because normally we don't report on errors on
maps. We don't say
turned over part of SR 2 to Nassau County in the 1980s, but some maps
still show it as a state road."
Why not, if it's verifiable? Surely that is an interesting and useful
piece of information?
I'd have said that the general principle is that normally we don't
try to adjudicate truth or resolve conflicting sources.
If there are conflicting sources and you're pretty sure one is right
_and nobody else cares,_ just put in the one that's right. If
_somebody else cares_ then, even if they're an idiot, put in both and
source them both. Why not?