(whoops, pressed send by accident) ... was omitted entirely. The bit they did quote ran something like, the needs of the encyclopaedia for neutral reliable articles and the needs of the community which maintained the articles needed to be balanced, and that there was a risk that in effect we might end up favouring one perspective over another based simply on the length of time people had been around.
2009/1/27 Andrew <orderinchao...@gmail.com> > Eek, yes I heard it online via Sydney local radio. I was quoted verbatim > but they used the second half of my quote, meaning that the part where I > said that BLP was the biggest challenge to the encyclopaedia at present and > that this was agreed by most, and that a solution was required, but the > question was over the technical merits of this particular proposal. > > 2009/1/27 Mark Hurd <markeh...@gmail.com> > > NewsRadio is reporting the issue now. >> >> WikiPedia Australia's President Brianna was sound quoted the most. >> >> Andrew's negative sound quote was also used. >> >> Prof. Julian Thomas of Swinburne Uni was also sound quoted. >> >> -- >> Regards, >> Mark Hurd, B.Sc.(Ma.)(Hons.) >> >> _______________________________________________ >> Wikimediaau-l mailing list >> Wikimediaaufirstname.lastname@example.org >> https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediaau-l >> > >
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