> On 1/5/06, Alphax (Wikipedia email) <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Fred Bauder wrote:
> > > This is an excellent idea. Rather than try to cram all points of view
> > > into one article, how about loosening up and allowing several articles
> > > with differing points of view or level of detail?
> > >
> > > This idea has been discussed before, but is worth another look.
> > >
> > Fred, you can keep SPOV on Wikinfo; Wikipedia is and always will be
> > NPOV. The "multiple levels of detail" is already covered by subarticles
> > (eg. Geography of Australia).
> Having multiple articles on one topic from different points of view is
> certainly a bad idea, but having multiple articles (if people can
> bother to maintain them) need not be. The objective of an article is
> to explain a given topic, and a single monolithic explanation might
> not suit everybody, for instance if you're familiar with the field
> you'd like a more technical explanation and if you aren't something
> that eases you into the topic is more appropriate.