On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 14:33, Thomas Morton
<morton.tho...@googlemail.com>wrote:

> p.s. I read your "fair" link with interest - I think that is a good way to
> resolve the issue with clashing of personal experience. However one thing a
> bigger community brings is a difficulty in resolving these problems (or,
> they crop up more often). On Wikipedia we can use sources so that
> uninvolved people can voice an opinion and help resolve the situation - but
> where this relies on personal experience that is simply not possible. Do
> you have an approach to help scale this form of dispute resolution?
>
> Other questions I had:
>
> - What sort of size is the WT community at the moment?
>
>
I'll leave it to one of the others to answer that? Ryan?


> - What are the policies/approach to copyright violations and other issues
> such as slander, etc?
>

http://wikitravel.org/shared/Copyleft


> - What is the policy r.e. advertising and promotional (quite often, when I
> use WT, I see a lot of content that seems quite promotional in quality -
> e.g. for a particular restaurant).
>

When we've got a full complement of contributors watching recent changes
that stuff is supposed to be stamped out ruthlessly and quickly under the
"Don't Tout" rule:

http://wikitravel.org/en/Wikitravel:Don%27t_tout
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