Wikipedia and Britannica
|Wikipedia and Britannica|
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|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Britannica, Community consensus, Wikipedia, Database systems, Glossaries, World Wide Web, Digital libraries)|
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The Wikipedia, which is a dynamic web-based encyclopedia continues to gain popularity and size. The community pages of Wikipedia assert that its goal is to create a free, democratic, reliable encyclopedia. The community pages also explain that what constitutes notability is always under debate. The Wikipedia is open to everyone, not only to read, but also to create and maintain and governed primarily by community consensus.
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