What is the problem you're trying to solve?
I have seen too many instances where editors park themselves on topics and forbid worthy contributions.
What is your solution?
Create an easy to access forum whereby particular editors can be put before a tribunal and nominated for corrective action. I am sure this already exists at a level beyond me; but, for relatively new newcomers, it can become disheartening and cause them to abandon becoming a contributing force to the community.
- I find that many articles are infested with non-encyclopedic viewpoints, as people are using Wiki's large podium to broadcast their agenda, rather than facts.
- I agree and have observed this on a few wiki pages. Rather than allow the wiki page to be impartial sources of information, some authors keep undo-ing enhancements / corrections repeatedly.
They should be answerable - there should at least be a forum where such actions can be questioned. Naturally, the authors should be given a fair chance to respond - perhaps they were justified.
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