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  • adj. Describing a wiki user who tends to favor the inclusion of questionable articles.


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  • Thanks, Ramanand, and I'm an 'inclusionist' not a 'deletionist'!

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • I would not be at all surprised to learn, for instance, that there may have always been something of a "inclusionist" vs. "deletionist" debate going on at Encyclopaedia Britannica, but we simply do not know about it because all we see is the final, printed product.

    P2P Foundation

  • I first suspected when reading Bauwens 'response that he was a Wikipedia contributor and an "inclusionist", but having better familiarized myself with his theories re P2P communities, I think it far more likely that he was simply viewing Wikipedia's problems through the prism of his theories.

    P2P Foundation

  • Or, that I refuse to drink the "inclusionist" kool aid you do?

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Perhaps I'm an 'inclusionist' myself, but if those criteria are met, I can't see any reason to delete a submitted entry - however obscure the topic may be …

    P2P Foundation

  • Weiss noted that Simma Lieberman is an 'inclusionist' who views diversity and variety not in terms of numbers but in terms of talent, contribution, and higher levels of performance, who is fearless in her beliefs in the inherent talents of all people. " Press Releases

  • Outside the context of BLPs, I am probably as strong an “inclusionist” the opposite is “deletionist” as can be found in the administrator corps.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Wikipedia: Some Responses to Comments:

  • Also worth noting is Encoresoup, an partial, inclusionist version of Wikipedia all about free software:

    Includipedia - Count Us In

  • I amboth a humanist in the style of the Quakers and yet an atheist, apolitical inclusionist with a contextually sensitive mind and I share your rage against a system that defies all responsibility towards the children is as you rightly put 'Unconscionable' to me it is a true ‘obscenity’.

    Shameful! Big Tobacco Swiftboats Healthcare for Children

  • In it, he tells the following joke "shamelessly stolen and rewritten" from an old Baptist joke, he said to illustrate how sectarianism persists even in today's tolerant, expansive, inclusionist Unitarian Universalism:

    Philocrites: July 2007 Archives


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