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Wiki

An online project allowing any participant to comment, add, delete or change the product. A wiki is generally an online dictionary or encyclopedia. Wiki software has been developed to ease the editing process. It is an example of Web 2.0. The first wiki came online in 1994.
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On the contrary, for Wikipedians, the project's openness also leads to vulnerability.
The project has also established partnerships with major publishers to provide free access to commercial databases and journal packages to select Wikipedians.
221) Other questions, such as whether to delete an article or how best to describe a political issue neutrally, may be put to a vote of all interested Wikipedians.
It is necessary to note the much discussed demographics of Wikipedians the editors of Wikipedia pages.
As is typical with Wikipedians, a response emerged from a mixture of cordial discussions, tedious arguments, and online wrestling matches--but it was sophisticated.
From celebrity gossip to mass shootings, Wikipedians closely monitor breaking news and strive to post accurate information quickly.
I expressed some of what was on my mind in that "Open Letter", but I had no intention of setting myself up as a censor or as the final judge of Bobs work/ Nevertheless, it became a Wikipedian truth set in quicksand that Dylan, Silber, and Sing Out
While her knowledge of the Heart of the Commonwealth was Wikipedian at best, Tomlin amusingly namedropped Worcester, as well as its underground moniker "Wormtown," a few times in the beginning of her set and even commented on the recent arrests of Occupy Worcester activists.
David Traver Adolphus, a Wikipedian who's also an automotive writer and blogger, says the biggest hurdle he faced was "learning to conform to the somewhat arbitrary internal protocols.
Moreover, two open-ended questions were included inquiring about the most exciting factor behind being a Wikipedian.
Among their topics are understanding and evaluating an article, good writing and research, becoming a Wikipedian, and sister projects.
By contrast, to what extent does Wikipedian collaborative writing affect readability?