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Date: 2005-11-03 (21:08)
From: Mike Lin <mikelin@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Wikipedia
It was my considered opinion that Jon's revisions reduced the overall
quality of the article, and therefore I reverted those parts I found
detrimental. Others may disagree; this is a natural part of the
anarchistic editorial process on Wikipedia and eventually you must
grow accustomed to having changes reverted without being offended. But
I do affirm and repeat that a community effort to improve the OCaml
article on Wikipedia would be wonderful. End of OT discussion? -Mike

On 11/3/05, Matt Gushee <> wrote:
> Kip Macy wrote:
> > This isn't on-topic for the list, and may even qualify as a troll, but I
> > think your experiences point to another fundamental deficiency of the
> > wikipedia. Why do you think that others will have more success in their
> > updates than you have?
> Probably no single individual will have more success, but if several
> people submit changes along similar lines, I would think the maintainers
> will at least pay attention.
> --
> Matt Gushee
> Englewood, CO, USA
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