Commons has a policy dealing with neutrality, but it's very different than that of, say, the Wikipedias - and is I would think even less strict than what could reasonably be formulated for a travel guide. They also have no policy on verifiability, except for requiring verifiability of sources. Wikiversity doesn't require NPOV on all of their content pages. I'm sure there are other WMF websites that do not require NPOVness or verifiability.
I do not think NPOV/verifiability issues are at all a problem in accepting a travel site in to the WMF fold - although it would be good perhaps if they start citing the history sections. I think a travel guide fits in with the aims of the WMF, and I think that there would be beneficial synergy between the existing travel guide community and the existing Wikimedia community. ---- Kevin Gorman user:kgorman-ucb _______________________________________________ Wikimedia-l mailing list Wikimediafirstname.lastname@example.org Unsubscribe: https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimedia-l