[Foundation-l] policy and the guideline wikipedia - ja
valdelli at gmail.com
Sat Mar 6 14:36:30 UTC 2010
kigen2700nen at gmail.com wrote:
> In Wikipedia Japanese version, the document with the template of principle
> and guidelines up to the present time was operated from the start without
> obtaining the mutual agreement of the community. In Wikipedia Japanese
> version, the participant was doing principle and guidelines without
> permission until 2007. The community simply solved by the decision by
> majority without understanding Wikipedia 's principles until February, 2010
In general the principles of Wikipedia are the same for any communities.
Neutral point of view, for example, is a basic principle which could not
Any community could change everything which is connected with the
application of these principles. The users decide the better way to
reach these principles.
If a community cannot applies the template of another community probably
it's time to stop and to think which community has taken a bad way and
who is applying principles decided internally but completely different
from those of Wikipedia.
What you are saying about Japanese Wikipedia it's very dangerous because
the community *cannot rewrite* the Wikipedia's principles.
In my opinion the Japanese question should be investigated in detail.
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