On 27 March 2016 at 09:59, Olatunde Isaac <reachout2isaac(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have read through series of comments by amazing
members of the community here and on talk pages. Some editors argued that constituting a
"Project Accuracy Editorial Review Board" is against the spirit of Wikipedia.
This is a fallacy! Review process is impeccable in every encyclopedia
You are conflating two things. No-one has said that there should be no
process of reviewing edits to Wikipedia.
and normally Wikipedia articles are expected to pass
through the review process before they are visible on the main space.
That's bunkum. Please learn how Wikipedia works, before you attempt to "fix"