[WikiEN-l] The Register decries Wikipedia's "censorship" via OTRS
saintonge at telus.net
Sun Jul 8 21:51:03 UTC 2007
That was hardly my point. There was never any suggestion of abandoning
NPOV. How do you get that from a call for statistical information?
Suggesting that no-one who makes an OTRS complaint is ever successful
Jimmy Wales wrote:
>I think the answer, throughout the entire history of Wikipedia, is 0%
>NPOV is non-negotiable. As ever.
>On Jul 8, 2007, at 9:31 AM, Ray Saintonge wrote:
>>Kat Walsh wrote:
>>>A lot of people say that every time they hear about OTRS it's because
>>>of some big frustrating action. This is largely because the small
>>>undramatic actions or the ones where the people writing are told
>>>"sorry, we don't do that" -- or the ones where people get into tense
>>>20-message exchanges that amount to "sorry, we don't do that" -- no
>>>one hears about those.
>>Would it be feasible to periodically publish OTRS statistics?
>>that appears, for example, as 80% refusal, 19% negotiation, 1%
>>capitulation could give a clearer picture.
More information about the WikiEN-l