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Re: [Bug-gnupedia] Some ideas for GNU/Alexandria

From: Imran Ghory
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnupedia] Some ideas for GNU/Alexandria
Date: Sun, 21 Jan 2001 13:37:10 -0000

On 21 Jan 2001, at 0:05, Mike Warren wrote:

> "Imran Ghory" <address@hidden> writes:
> > I disagree, we risk just letting it turn into another web we have to
> > draw the line somewhere. Long articles are fine as long as they fit
> > into the criteria. But you wouldn't expect to find an article say
> > about Security on a Red Hat box in an encyclopedia.
> Then you can use a classification which excludes such articles.
> > I think we should keep on the line of making an encyclopedia of all
> > views. Keep on the straight and narrow, keep our targets low(well
> > comparitively low), [..]
> How is this different from Nupedia?

Because Nupedia has censorship (not neccessarily a bad thing but 
a difference anyway). It aims to have consistent style of articles to 
the exclusion of variance.

And I just don't think Nupedia design has incorporated long term 
growth possibilities.

Imran Ghory

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