Barriers to Quality at Wikipedia (and potentially other Wiki projects)



    this is a perfect example of how having a negative experience but turning it around to analyze it as a "problem ticket" helps all of us better understand.


    topic block for true believers with an "agenda" (even if they do not recognize it) is NOT elitist.

    What is elitist is being a "true believer" because it assumes "you" know better than everyone else. Ultimately, we are all just learning here on this planet. Even world renown scientists will tell you they do not know everything about their field of expertise. Perhaps the more mature we become in knowledge, the more we realize how much more there is to know.

    Your post is in line with my post about contentious users wherein Wikipedia starts to quickly identify problem users and hold a hard line about acceptable and unacceptable behavior. It is not that not everyone can play, it's that everyone can play as long as they play nicely.

    Bhneihouse15:31, 5 December 2009