That's a good point: the activity of proofreading is inherently less likely
to cause controversy than the activity of building a neutral, comprehensive
encyclopedia, so it's probably naturally likely to attract people who are
less inclined to argue, and the topics are also likely to be easier to
resolve. I never thought about it that way.
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On 25 Apr 2013 21:50, "Andrea Zanni" <zanni.andrea84(a)gmail.com> wrote:
thanks for sharing.
I tend to agree to some of the statements made in the thread:
as a Wikisource user, I perfectly understand the lack of negativity
instead of, for example, writing on Gaza strip related topics...
(and I would dare to say (without data, unfortunately) that this is also a
reason why in WS and DP we could find a high percentage of women as
Moreover, I think it's right to think is people who love *books* who goes
towards DP and Wikisource,
and also people who loves old books (because we don't have new ones).
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