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'''Wikinfo''' is a fork of [[Wikipedia]] created in July of 2003 by Fred Bauder, a member of Wikipedia's arbitration committee.<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Fred_Bauder</ref><ref>http://reagle.org/joseph/2004/agree/wikip-agree.html</ref><ref>[http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2007/5/13/212015.shtml?s=us Left in Control of Wikipedia], Jim Davis, ''Newsmax.com'', May 14, 2007.</ref>  Bauder, like [[Larry Sanger]], is a person involved in the highest levels of Wikipedia from early on in the project and thinks that the project is flawed and [[Examples of Bias in Wikipedia|highly biased]]. Unlike [[Citizendium]], Wikinfo allows anonymous users to edit. Wikinfo encourages all articles to be written from a sympathetic point of view and encourages editors to write additional articles if they disagree with the point of view of another article.<ref>http://www.internet-encyclopedia.org/wiki.php?title=Sympathetic_point_of_view</ref>
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'''Wikinfo''' is a fork of [[Wikipedia]] created in July 2003 by Fred Bauder, a member of Wikipedia's arbitration committee.<ref>https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Fred_Bauder</ref><ref>http://reagle.org/joseph/2004/agree/wikip-agree.html</ref><ref>[http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2007/5/13/212015.shtml?s=us Left in Control of Wikipedia], Jim Davis, ''Newsmax.com'', May 14, 2007.</ref>  Bauder, like [[Larry Sanger]], is a person involved in the highest levels of Wikipedia from early on in the project and thinks that the project is flawed and [[Examples of Bias in Wikipedia|highly biased]]. Unlike [[Citizendium]], Wikinfo allows anonymous users to edit. Wikinfo encourages all articles to be written from a sympathetic point of view and encourages editors to write additional articles if they disagree with the point of view of another article.<ref>http://www.internet-encyclopedia.org/wiki.php?title=Sympathetic_point_of_view</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:28, 26 September 2018

Wikinfo is a fork of Wikipedia created in July 2003 by Fred Bauder, a member of Wikipedia's arbitration committee.[1][2][3] Bauder, like Larry Sanger, is a person involved in the highest levels of Wikipedia from early on in the project and thinks that the project is flawed and highly biased. Unlike Citizendium, Wikinfo allows anonymous users to edit. Wikinfo encourages all articles to be written from a sympathetic point of view and encourages editors to write additional articles if they disagree with the point of view of another article.[4]

References

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Fred_Bauder
  2. http://reagle.org/joseph/2004/agree/wikip-agree.html
  3. Left in Control of Wikipedia, Jim Davis, Newsmax.com, May 14, 2007.
  4. http://www.internet-encyclopedia.org/wiki.php?title=Sympathetic_point_of_view