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OpenEI models its core content policies after those established by the Wikipedia.<ref name=wppolicies/>  Specifically, the OpenEI core content policies are:
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* [[OpenEI:Neutral point of view|Neutral point of view]] - Content must have a neutral point of view, giving unbiased, equal, and proportional representation to all significant views.
 
* [[OpenEI:Neutral point of view|Neutral point of view]] - Content must have a neutral point of view, giving unbiased, equal, and proportional representation to all significant views.
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* [[OpenEI:Verifiability|Verifiability]] - Any content coming from elsewhere must give attribution to it's source.  Any content that is likely to be challenged must be attributed to a reliable and verifiable source.
 
* [[OpenEI:Verifiability|Verifiability]] - Any content coming from elsewhere must give attribution to it's source.  Any content that is likely to be challenged must be attributed to a reliable and verifiable source.
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* [[OpenEI:No original research|No original research]] - OpenEI is not a platform for original research.  All content should come from and be attributed a [[OpenEI:Verifiability|verifiable]] source.
 
* [[OpenEI:No original research|No original research]] - OpenEI is not a platform for original research.  All content should come from and be attributed a [[OpenEI:Verifiability|verifiable]] source.
  

Revision as of 12:11, 8 April 2010

OpenEI models its core content policies after those established by the Wikipedia.[1] Specifically, the OpenEI core content policies are:

  • Neutral point of view - Content must have a neutral point of view, giving unbiased, equal, and proportional representation to all significant views.
  • Verifiability - Any content coming from elsewhere must give attribution to it's source. Any content that is likely to be challenged must be attributed to a reliable and verifiable source.

These policies are not meant to be considered independently, but as a group. Anyone contributing to the platform should be familiar with each of these policies.

References

  1. Wikipedia:Core content policies