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Our problem with quality is not unlike the problem of obesity in the United States: we have an over-abundance, and perhaps a lot more than we deserve. This state of affairs was underscored in a recent study where medical doctors indicated they preferred starting with Wikipedia, often more than they stated they preferred starting with PubMed, the popular index to the peer reviewed secondary medical literature. According to Wikipedia's own standards, this indicates that we may have more credibility than quality. That needs to be balanced. 17:13, 20 August 2009 (UTC)Reply

I made a little template to put on pages like Wikiversity:Quality that link to corresponding pages here. Just trying to be a catalyst. --CQ

I think that's a great template, and a wonderful idea. I'm going to modify it, and take it over to meta. :) -- Philippe 22:42, 3 September 2009 (UTC)Reply

I think it sounds good but I would keep it more on topic. 19:37, 20 January 2010 (UTC)Reply