On Apr 6, 2006,
at 11:17 AM, Molu Bosu Palit wrote:
I have this question about Wikipedia method. If I see cntent that
I know for CERTAIN to be true, but the content does not cite a
verifiable source and I also know of none, then should I keep the
content or should I remove it? Thank you.
On 4/9/06, Fred Bauder
Keep it. Verification can come later. But if someone removes it and
makes a fuss, don't put it back in.
You should remove it if it's critical of a living person, or if it's
in some other way objectionable or offensive. Also, when you say you
know of no source, if you mean you can't at the moment find one,
there's no harm in keeping it until you do. But if you mean you
believe no source exists, then you should remove it.