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Împrumutată şi adaptată de la http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Wikiquette

Această pagină oferă cateva principii de etichetă sau "Wikichetă" — pe scurt, indicaţii despre cum să munceşti cu alţii asupra wiki-ului.


Principii of Wikichetă

  • Ai încredere în bunele intenţii ale celorlalţi.
  • Tratează-i pe ceilalţi aşa cum ai vrea să te trateze pe tine.
  • Fii politicos, te rog!
    • People can't see you or know for sure your mood. Irony isn't always obvious, and blunt, raw text can easily appear rude. Be careful of the words you choose — what you intended might not be what others think.
  • Sign and date your posts to talk pages (not articles!).
  • Work toward agreement.
  • Argue facts, not personalities.
  • Don't ignore questions.
    • If another disagrees with your edit, provide good reasons why you think it's appropriate.
  • Concede a point, when you have no response to it; or admit when you disagree based on intuition or taste.
    • Don't make people debate positions you don't really hold.
  • Be civil.
  • Although it's understandably difficult in a heated argument, if the other party is not as civil as you'd like them to be, make sure to be more civil than him or her, not less.
    • That way at least you're not spiralling down to open conflict and name-calling by your own accord, you're actively doing something about it: taking a hit and refraining from hitting back -- everybody appreciates that (or at least they should).
    • However, don't hesitate to let the other party know that you're not comfortable with their tone in a neutral way -- otherwise they might think you're too dense to understand their "subtlety", and you'll involuntarily encourage them (e.g. "I know you've been sarcastic above, but I don't think that's helping us resolve the issue. However, I don't think your argument stands because...").
  • Be prepared to apologize.
    • In animated discussions, we often say things we later wish we hadn't. Say so.
  • Forgive and forget.
  • Recognize your own biases and keep them in check.
  • Give praise when due. Everybody likes to feel appreciated, especially in an environment that often requires compromise. Drop a friendly note on users' talk pages.
  • Remove or summarize resolved disputes that you initiated.
  • Help mediate disagreements between others.
  • Avoid reverts and deletions whenever possible. Explain reversions in the edit summary box.
    • Amend, edit, discuss.