[Wikipedia-l] Curly brackets and teaching the unteachable

koyaanisqatsi at nupedia.com koyaanisqatsi at nupedia.com
Mon Aug 5 22:23:53 UTC 2002

Yes, and it's always uplifting to see it when the occasional article develops from a stub into something comprehensive and well-written within a day or two.  That's almost always the result of cooperation between several people at once.


JHK wrote:
>On the bright side, I've found that almost all newbies respond favorably
>to hints and direction to NPOV policy, how to make articles better,
>etc., so I don't think it's an issue.   Lets keep in mind that, by and
>large, the people here actually do want to cooperate and produce good
>work -- it's just that lots of that happens without being noticed!!

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