[uf-discuss] hatom tumblr theme
brian.suda at gmail.com
Tue Dec 16 02:31:46 PST 2008
On 12/16/08, Martin McEvoy <martin at weborganics.co.uk> wrote:
> Thank you for the clarification, the wiki page has had that definition for
> 2 and a half years.
> Makes me think how much more information on the wiki is wrong or
--- it is no worse than the web in general, or articles or books
written. The benefits of the wiki is that we can spot issues and
anyone can correct them. I am sure (and positive) Wikipedia and others
have incorrect information, some will go unnoticed for awhile, but a
wikis actually have the ability to be updated, whereas other sources
do not. So +1 for wikis and community editing.
It is just a matter of always going back to the source when possible.
(I personally can't read some languages this wiki has been translated
too, so everyone always need to confirm their sources, I´m sure there
are issues on those pages as well - that's the nature of the web. We
can't believe everything we read online - no matter how convincing the
conspiracy theorists might sound)
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