[WikiEN-l] Verifiability equating to notability

Anthony DiPierro wikilegal at inbox.org
Fri May 5 11:47:21 UTC 2006

On 5/4/06, julieharding1 at charter.net <julieharding1 at charter.net> wrote:
> To assert notability: To rise above the rest.  To cause immediate attention and/or attraction due to action and/or content.  To be assertive.  To assert notability is to rise above the rest with respect and wisdom for what you are representing.  Notability if given sufficiently enough, can make your name known forever.  It will make your strong voice heard.  Choose your topic wisely.  For, to assert notability, you must choose something that will express your strongest points of character.  Yet be careful, because we must always remember to respect new knowledge with care and pride.  With this, your notability can be asserted: Respect.
I think you might have something there.  But what is it that must rise
above the rest?  You're talking about the article, right?


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