They say English Wikipedia is going to have a "peer review" sort of thing?

February 12, 2009 11:34pm CST
Like you edits will be filtered by some "senior editor" guys. What's your opinion? I say this is not necessary, because the Wiki is already doing quite a great job all by users themselves now. The wikipedia bureaucratic system has proven themselves horrible and stupid. They contribute nothing to the knowledge, only serves to complex things.
2 responses
@timhinyy (1653)
• United States
19 Feb 09
they are only doing it to try to improve the site and help make things on the site more accurate i cant see the harm in that give it some time before making a judement on it cause you dont know how it will work out it could be for the better
@Reesers (1387)
• United States
13 Feb 09
I can understand where they're coming from. Even though Wikipedia has a lot of information and can be useful, not everything one the site is accurate. In fact, a former co-worker of mine has a daughter who is in high school. When she had a research paper to write, the teacher advised them not to use Wikipedia exactly for that reason. If the senior editors know their categories (I imagine they'll be in charge of various interests) and weed out all the bad information, then I have no problem with them.