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9-02-2009 @ 7:10PM
Am I the only one that thinks that the article doesn't really belong in WoWwiki? It's hardly an example of an objective and unbiased piece of writing, which are standards you usually strive for in wiki's, even WoW wiki. While much of the information is useful, a lot of it is also phrased in absolutes and written in a condescending tone. There are far better examples of useful articles from WoW wiki than this one.
9-02-2009 @ 8:54PM
You would probably want to stay away from encyclopedia dramatica then =/
9-03-2009 @ 2:54PM
-----uncaringbear Sep 2nd 2009 7:10PMAm I the only one that thinks that the article doesn't really belong in WoWwiki? It's hardly an example of an objective and unbiased piece of writing, which are standards you usually strive for in wiki's, even WoW wiki.-----Actually, a wiki is just a type of collaboration platform. The policies of any given wiki has nothing really to do with being a wiki. Probably the most famous wiki is Wikipedia which has a neutral point of view policy. And indeed, so does WoWwiki (by intent or because they use the software developed by Wikipedia).
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