[Foundation-l] Ensuring veracity of articles based on print sources

Valentina Faussone valentina_faussone at yahoo.it
Thu Oct 5 08:59:08 UTC 2006

> WikiProjects could prepare lists of reputable
> printed sources in
> different fields and eventually (dis)qualify a given
> source.
Sound like "L'indice dei libri proibiti", the list of
forbidden books that catholic church used for
It became famous for considering unreliable and wicked
books from authors like Honoré de Balzac, Cartesio,
Daniel Defoe, Denis Diderot, Victor Hugo, Immanuel
Kant, Voltaire, Émile Zola (and many others), thus
forbidding them. ... Yours seems to me a optimistic
dream hard to make true.

> In my opinion we need more WikiProjects that are
> vivacious and full of
> "experts". All dubious Wikipedia content should be
> directed towards
> WikiProjects for verification.

Plus, will these guys from the wikiprojects be able to
be both expert AND npov? Or will they give their
opinion in all the matters in wich there isn't just
*true* way to solve the problem?

Please note that mine are just questions, I'm not
polemizing for the sake of it...


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