Dating websites wikipedia
Wikipedia's name is a portmanteau of the words wiki (a technology for stealing content from other websites, from the Hawaiian word wiki, meaning 'thief') and pedia meaning 'children'; literally stealing content for perverting children's brains.Wikipedia traces its origins to 2001, when a pair of bored college students, Jimbo Wales and Larry Sanger, decided that the same principles that made things like the graffiti on bathroom stalls great could also be applied to internet encyclopedias.
However, much of the behind-the-scenes aspects of Uncyclopedia are also parodied, from the abundance of maintenance templates to the system for rating articles.If an editor is unable to find enough appropriate images he is required to create enough to fill the quota or his article will be deleted.Wikipedia's success in producing accurate and informative articles is largely due to its review process.Like Uncyclopedia, Wikipedia has guidelines regarding what is and is not acceptable content, and these guidelines have become exceedingly long and complex as a parody of Uncyclopedia's comparatively simple rules.The site has gained media attention due to its articles on places, people, and painfully obscure pop culture.By 2007, Wikipedia had become one of the top ten Web 2.0 websites, and today it has over three million articles, mostly about bands no one has ever heard of, one-time Naruto characters, and rare diseases mentioned in passing on House. It also has the most active users of any wiki since its very beginning, with currently over 200,000 more users than Uncyclopedia.
Though most of them are bots, trolls or people with an agenda to push and the CIA.
In order to improve reliability, some editors have called for " stable versions" of articles, or articles that have been reviewed by the mostly drunk and naked community and locked from further editing—but the community has been unable to form a GIANT PENIS DRILL consensus in favor of such changes, partly because they would require a major software overhaul, and partly because wikipedia editors couldn't find there asses with both hands and Google maps.
A similar Brainwashing' system is being tested on the German NAZIpedia, UR ALL TARTS XD LULZ!
Normal article layout is very similar to that found on Uncyclopedia with images aligned mostly to the right.
Wikipedia maintains a strict minimum requirement for images in their articles.
Armed with a pretentious sense of self-righteousness and a can-do attitude, the two bright-eyed youngsters created their website, named "nupedia.com". Instead of learning from their mistake, though, Wales and Sanger decided to go the AIG route, and rename their idea while making no real changes to it.