In Research Wiki[edit | edit source]
- Anonymous edits are allowed. Thus no use real names policy enforced, other then conflicting names may be moved.
- Trolling is tolerated.
- Syntax and or subarticle structure will not be checked and verified.
From Research Wiki[edit | edit source]
Articles deemed valid for Publish information will be transferred to Publish Wiki by designated Publish Wiki sysops and bureaucrats and perhaps by Users and Verified Users. At this phase syntax required for automatic assesments will be enforced.
An initial version of an Research Wiki Article is manually (actually via XML-export-import) further transfers of content from Research Wiki to Publish Wiki may be executed by
- Article signing. Someone who has been granted the right to sign an article will automatically export it to Publish Wiki; article signing will be conducted from Publish Wiki or
- Time-out transfer (article not edited for a period of time, how this timing is set may be individually negotiated, possibility of hostile trolling by trivial edits to prevent time-out must be handled) or
- By bureaucrat decision
How this is done is the most essential part of the Consumerium Process.
Edits done to a Research Wiki Article will be tracked and Publish Wiki will be notified if versions are out-of-sync.
See also[edit | edit source]
Here edits, votes and bets may be resolved and maybe disputed by formal factions, by dissensus, or whatever other unwise means may be defaulted to. In other words, it's where what is true enough to publish is decided. See Talk:Development_Wiki for debate on the naming scheme, and Opinion Wiki for how it might work.