On 12/11/05, Roman Maurer <roman.maurer(a)amis.net> wrote:
I can't see why would it be a good idea in English, but I don't really
care, as long as this policy stays out of my favourite wikipedia.
As a user of the English Wikipedia who can't say he's very productive, and
doesn't even believe in objectivity, I have to say that the level of
vandalism is pretty bad.
While the policy is only that if you want to create an article or stub you
should take responsibility for it by creating an an account, which seems
fine to me, I've seen a number of pages of people I'm familiar with who have
what is best described as a cult following (if you don't like them you're
not likely to care about them) either defaced totally or with phrases or
paragraphs in them intended to incite.
I see this as a positive development because it reinforces courtesy and
responsibility, both of which the Wikipedia itself requires but can't
necessarily enforce. I certainly hope your favorite Wikipedia never