Anyway, in the end we just agreed to stop seeing each other. Are there plans to reorganize the votes in the various sections based on timestamp? Fiddle About 13.
The Talk page is not the right place for conflict-of-interest disclosures. The problem is paid and unpaid activist and political operatives! Wikipedia needs more anonymity...
Pictures Of Lily 07. The proposed amendment superficially looks like it protects anarchy but a second look reveals that it's an authoritarian solution. That leads to another thought, would it be possible to change WP so that any edits to an existing article are subject to a cooling off period, with both the original and revised article being on display for a period of time and if no objections are made in that time, the article automatically changes to the revised version.
Such is not the case [at present] in wikipedia. Smash The Mirror 15.
Daddy Rolling Stone 03. WP has favored money contributors, no doubt. Silas Stingy 1968 Magic Bus: Cambridge Dictionary. We become, as individuals, products of the 'environment' in which we grow up; qed, this fact is the currency of all religion.
The Kids Are Alright 11. Water 14. They are trying to make the world's knowledge accessible, usable, and editable to everyone.
I don't know if that law is applicable here, but that's beside the point: Hi legal team, thanks for this reasoned development. In Unsorted comments , Michael Paul Kerr said: Yes, the zoo may get some residual benefit from being linked to the informative article, but the main interest is to inform the public, so that's not a problem in my view.
Everyone is focused on controlling paid editing, but why? I brought this question off wiki because of the importance of it.
If you make the edits under an assumed name and don't advertise to your management what you are doing, then disclosure is not required. Steve Smith 63.
It's a surprising clause. Ban the company? It is fair that those being paid for contributing should be held to a high standard of transparency - and that readers should know that they are reading paid words.