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Re: Is Wikipedia afraid of MojoMojo?

by sir_lichtkind (Friar)
on Mar 04, 2009 at 10:33 UTC ( #748071=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Is Wikipedia afraid of MojoMojo?

I put my thumb up on the vote page, but hej guys don't be afraid don't feel attacked. Wp is often unfair because of unpreventable ignorance. most people don't haven't much clue about most things. How should they know? Improve the catalyst article. Do explain Mojos releance there and link from there to Mojo. Do argument. I did mention Mojo in german wikipedia years ago. Exactly to prevent this, I gave my wiki talk few days ago on german perl workshop and maybe too in lissabon.


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Comment on Re: Is Wikipedia afraid of MojoMojo?
Re^2: Is Wikipedia afraid of MojoMojo?
by dandv (Novice) on Mar 05, 2009 at 16:00 UTC
      As a previous poster said, Wikipedia is often unfair and the quality of it's content suffers because of it.

      The MojoMojo drama has confirmed for me what I already suspected... and that is that Wikipedia does not deserve the reputation it has as a source of reliable / impartial information. The only things we can do are a) inform others and/or b) prepare a better replacement.

      This article describes exactly this issue, for those interested.
        No one source is reliable or impartial. Wikipedia is a good starting point for research, but it's not some magical oracle.

      R. I. P. MojoMojo

      Long live craptastic wiki software.

      Drama much?

        Sure makes the node more interesting :P

        And you didn't even know bears could type.

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