Am 12. April 2012 20:26 schrieb Samuel Klein <meta...@gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 12:08 PM, Casey Brown <li...@caseybrown.org> wrote:
>> On Thu, Apr 12, 2012 at 2:53 AM, Mark Jaroski <mark.jaro...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> We're under the impression that there are
>>> other Wikimedia foundation projects which don't use NPOV, and so those of
>>> us favouring approaching WMF have been able to argue that we wouldn't be
>>> forced to use it. If that's wrong then we should probably just give up this
>>> line of exploration and go find another solution.
>>
>> My impression of sister projects is the same. Not all of the same
>> rules that apply to Wikipedia also apply to sister projects. With the
>> exception of very few mandatory things (like respect for information
>> about living persons), individual projects can determine their own
>> rules and policies as much as they want.
>
> That's my view as well.  SJ

I beg to differ, and I would like to repeat a point that I had raised
on Meta yesterday. I think we all agree that travel guides are all
about POV? Choose this hotel, while better keep away from that one is
a case in point. This would hardly go with any guideline for
neutrality of sorts. Such information should indeed be excluded. If a
travel guide is part of Wikimedia it should include verifiable
information only. This excludes any recommendations that are not
well-based on facts. In Wikimedia projects we deal with facts. That's
what makes our credibility.

Regards,
Jürgen.

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