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A Wiki with fact checking?


(Maximo Ramallo) #21

Wish it had an advanced review system integrated, because a deliberation on social issues could be manipulated for individualistic ends. As somewhat describing a parallel, we don’t want to include a “backdoor” for mean people take advantage of the society’s “operating system”.

I noticed general consensus is an advantage for taking good decisions, or a great danger if it is manipulated on purpose. As an anarchist, I acknowledge we have to deal with general consensus one way or another.

(Michael Hrenka) #22

It feels a bit weird to revive such an ancient thread, but I’ve just found a fascinating article about a philosophy encyclopedia that seems to work remarkably well, without even being technically very sophisticated: This free online encyclopedia has achieved what Wikipedia can only dream of

What do you think about that approach, that is driven by periodic curating by invited experts?