Le 14/03/2016 02:03, David Gerard a écrit :
Being put together by Eliezer Yudkowsky of LessWrong.
cc-by-sa 3.0, don't know about the software.
Rather than the "encyclopedia" approach, it tries to be more
pedagogical, teaching the reader at their level.
The problem of "readers coming in with different levels of background
knowledge" is actual.
Yet I believe that to elaborate just another (more accessible) level
resource, however sticking to the "encyclopedia approach" that proved
successful, is good step to answer this issue.
That's what we do on Vikidia and Wikikids.nl, and young or not-so-young
readers really appreciate it.
I don't know if one day these contents will be reused and processed to
automatically generate information that would precisely fit to someone's
level, yet if it happens once, another material than Wikipedia may help !
The "Wikipedia for children" model works well (in quality, traffic...)
in at least two languages. I would say that the current most difficult
thing is to "scale" it in other languages.
That's where some help would have a big impact, say to produce in a way
or another 10 000 important and quality encyclopedia articles for
children in some big languages to catch up with the two most developed
"Wikipedia for children".
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