User:OrenBochman/Five Pillars/Test

From Meta, a Wikimedia project coordination wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Test[edit]

Here's your first test! This test is going to be based on questions. Some questions will have right or wrong answers, whereas others are just designed to see if you are thinking in the right way. There is no time limit - answer in your own words, and we'll talk about your answers. Please note that simple and short yes/no answers are not acceptable in this test, nor in any future tests.

  1. Your best friend says that the Diary of a Wimpy Kid film "is the stupidest and most boring movie ever". Can you add this to the article? Why or why not?
    Answer:
  2. A blog titled "John Doe Fan Blog", that has no affiliation with the subject, states that John Doe will be going to Hong Kong on 7 July. No other source confirms this fact, so can you add this to Wikipedia? Why or why not?
    Answer:
  3. Is the official Facebook page of KFC a reliable source?
    Answer:
  4. Imagine that you come across a new article created by a new editor. You decide to do a minor copyedit and fix some spelling and grammar errors. 10 minutes later, you get a message from the editor who created the article, saying: "STOP CHANGING MY ARTICLE! I made it and you have no right to edit it without my permission. It's my intellectual property and therefore I own the copyright." How do you respond?
    Answer:
  5. You have just discovered from a friend that the new Chevrolet Malibu is only going to be available in red. Can you add this to the Chevy Malibu article? Why or why not?
    Answer:
  6. Would you consider BBC News a reliable source on The Troubles? What about on ITV?
    Answer:
  7. Everybody knows that the sky is blue, right? An editor doesn't agree - he says it is bronze. Does he need a source?
    Answer: