Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia
|Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia.|
|Author(s)||Darren W. Logan, Massimo Sandal, Paul P. Gardner, Magnus Manske, Alex Bateman|
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Ten Simple Rules for Editing Wikipedia. is a 2010 publication written in English by Darren W. Logan, Massimo Sandal, Paul P. Gardner, Magnus Manske, Alex Bateman and published in PLoS Computational Biology.
an online encyclopedia containing millions of English language articles. It suggests Internet users to create a user account in Wikipedia because it offers privacy and security. It reminds the Internet users that Wikipedia is different from blogs that encourage editorializing and tells the users to treat other editors as collaborators. It also advises them to know the audience and avoid infringe copyright. The article offers tips on how to edit wikipedia
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