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


    You made me a very happy woman.

    I agree that non neutral/non balanced edits are worse than vandalism because they are insidious and sometimes hard to recognize. Perhaps it is the difference between outright racism and subtle racism. In a way the second is worse -- perhaps because it actually takes more effort to do it or perhaps because it is more difficult to recognise, I do not know. But what I do know is that anything that is inconsistent with Wikipedia's brand and resultant purpose/mission/goals does not belong on Wikipedia.

    If quality content is part of Wikipedia's brand then behaviors that affect the quality of the content are not permissable.

    Thank you for taking the time to read what I post and working with the information. Your effort makes it worth the time it takes to post it.

    Bhneihouse16:47, 6 December 2009