Tobias Scherbaum <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> posted
[EMAIL PROTECTED], excerpted below, on  Thu, 13
Nov 2008 18:21:38 +0100:

> Wikipedia started using an extension for marking pages as "validated".
> See [1]. This would allow us to setup a group of "trusted people"
> (developers, long-time users, well-known contributors - for example) who
> would be able to review pages and tag them that way. Non-reviewed pages
> could show a header then clearly stating that this specific page hasn't
> been reviewed and might contain inaccurate information.

That sounds like a useful idea.  They make it the default view.  I think 
I'd prefer a more normal HEAD view, but with a notation at the top 
similar to:

"This wiki page as it appeared on <date> was<link to definition> 
validated</link>. <link to snapshot>Show me the validated version.</link>"

Duncan - List replies preferred.   No HTML msgs.
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