The author especially builds on the issues that arise from implementation of the two founding pillars of the website: Neutral Point of View
and Assume Good Faith.
The two leading protagonists displayed clear naivety on the day, which is exciting from a neutral point of view
as both horses should be even fitter and stronger at Newmarket.
Changing our perspective to "conflict is a normal part of life" can really shift us from a fear-driven place to a neutral point of view
Founder Jimmy Wales says the only non- negotiable policy is a ' neutral point of view
The "Holy Trinity" of Wikipedia practice guarantees bibliographic hygiene: entries must demonstrate a Neutral Point of View
, No Original Research, and Verifiability.
Wikipedia's pseudonymous and anonymous contributions are fundamentally assumed to be made in good faith, and the site is governed largely via pro-social norms, consensus building, and--most significantly--three core content policies: neutral point of view
, no original research, and verifiability.
The opposite to that is to bring across a neutral point of view
with balanced perspectives.
It is important to depict Leonardo da Vinci from another perspective, finding a neutral point of view
and avoiding speculation about other, ulterior motivations behind his work.
But at the same time, the team played fantastically and to be fair from a neutral point of view
, no-one would say it was unjustified.
Albion fans might not have appreciated losing a football match but from a neutral point of view
it was an education and proves that while Chelsea may splash the cash, Arsenal possess the charisma and grace.
The community of self-titled "Wikipedians" really strives for a neutral point of view
Its users have come to understand the value of group-editing, of being formally committed to a neutral point of view
and of rapid updating" New York University adjunct professor Clay Shirky told Reuters.