[WikiEN-l] "Censorship" of images on the Arabic Wikipedia

Ian Woollard ian.woollard at gmail.com
Thu Feb 21 15:16:27 UTC 2008

On 21/02/2008, David Gerard <dgerard at gmail.com> wrote:
> But if you go to [[Muhammad]], what would you expect to see?
There's no policy or guideline that says we should put things in any article
that people expect to see.
There's policy that you should follow the notable sources on that particular
subject and not give undue emphasis to any point of view *from* them, but
that's about it. So if you expect that then you'd be fine.
There's also absolutely no policy or guideline that 'similar' articles
should have 'similar' material in (OK, MOS). If you think that
there should be, I would suggest you propose it, but I kinda doubt it
would get traction.
> - d.
-Ian Woollard
We live in an imperfectly imperfect world. If we lived in a perfectly imperfect world things would be a lot better.

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