On Tue, August 25, 2009 7:52 pm, Michael Peel wrote:
>> Another thought: this is actually more open than just locking the
>> article. :-)
> I've been trying to push precisely that point. People view this as a
> bad thing, but as long as Wikipedia doesn't apply it to everything
> and uses it to replace the current protection of articles, then it
> could work very well.

I would push the "alternative to protection" angle. It should be used like
a taser should be used - as an alternative to shooting people, not as a
routine tool.

> Unfortunately, I've yet to find a page that describes how wide-spread
> the flagged protection is intended to be...

I've noticed a dearth of information on that too.


Jonathan G Hall <jonat...@sinewave42.com>

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