On Sun, 29 Aug 2010 15:38:34 +0100, "Peter Damian"
The problem is that until someone sits up and notices
the serious errors
are propagated through Wikipedia (and which are now becoming part of the
folk wisdom of the internet), no one will be bothered.
The problem is
*knows* there are problems, and so no one can be bothered. I've started
the problem in a small way, e.g. here
and here http://ocham.blogspot.com/2010/06/avicennian-logic.html
this is only
in my own area of expertise.
What is the very smallest thing that could be done, I wonder?
These issues have been discussed at length at the Strategy wiki and made
to the five-how year strategic plan. The question is how they would be
implemented now. But it is not really correct that nobody bothers.