Is Marc Bragg the asshole pissing me off ?

Perhaps, perhaps not.

Wikipedia account holder Msbjustice has been making a series of edits to that have been really frustrating me recently.

The evidence linking Msbjustice with Mark Bragg isn’t very much. Just linking to domains owned by a Mark Bragg and creating articles & edits that don’t do much else than promote Mark Bragg’s case against Linden Labs Linden Lab.

One of the things that really annoys me is the edits to a single article aren’t done in one go. Msbjustice doesn’t seem to know how to use the preview function.

Grrrrr.

Creating content that is biased and unsourced, reverting reverts to redisplay said content and creating articles about cases of unknown importance, removing the flag for proposed deletion on said article just smells of a big pile of bad crap.

Read the article, , then please take part in the discussion on the topic.

On one hand it might speed up the process for deletion of the article, on the other it might encourage the article to be edited to a point where it meets wikipedia’s requirements for an article and no longer meet the criteria for proposed deletion. Both are equally preferred outcomes compared to letting biased FUD roam free on the wikipedia.

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Wikipedians Unite!

I’m not addicted to Wikipedia. Not a bit.

Well, maybe a little.

I made an SL group for Wikipedians

After my recent bout of Wiki edits, I noticed there wasn’t any Wikipedia group in Second Life. It be called Wikipedians.

Choice of Names

I thought about naming the group along the same lines as the name for , although since the the SL group search tools are that sucky that it doesn’t show my Relax, we understand j00 group when you search for MegaTokyo, but does show the MegaTokyo group- obviously created because the founder couldn’t find mine. You can find places by their description, so why not groups by their charter ? Anywoo, I digress.

Since Second Life won’t pick up keywords from the group charter, it made sense to create the group name so it’d come up if you . Hence the name “Wikipedians” (at the time of posting, the group hadn’t showed up in the search results).

<cheezy marketing cruft>A must have for your group list if you’re an SL Wikipedian ^_^ </cheezy marketing cruft>

btw, my group was the first ever fan-group for MegaTokyo founded in Second Life, check the dates if you want.