"Building consensus" here means "editor clique agrees with one another, ignores everyone else, calls them names."
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He also runs around adding links to his blog into articles. Oh, and here's his reaction to the deletion going through yesterday. This guy is an admin. An admin. And the only reaction when you point out all of this is along the lines of "don't make personal attacks or you'll get banned".
Disclaimer: I'm Entropy Stew in the wikipedia deletion discussion
Sources found included PC Gamer, Gabe Newell, RPS, Kotaku, Wired, MaximumPC, Edge Magazine, Quake 3, Postal 2, Serious Sam, the UGO network WHICH OMM WAS A MEMBER OF and a host of others. All were ignored. RPS reacted immediately to the news because it's insane, and their article being directly about OMM should assuage even unreasonable demands. Wikipedia absolutely loathes outsiders, though, so who knows if it will be restored?
This model makes the CEO's secretary just as or more important than the CEO.
Can a string theorist explain why this won't work?, in simple terms please.
Sun big and hot. Reactor small and hot. Big hot better than small hot. String work better that way.