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礼仪

維基新聞(下簡稱「本站」)的參與者,來自不同國家與文化,更有著不同,甚至廣泛的觀點與背景。要組成一個有效率的新聞組織,互相尊重是重要的關鍵。

本方針介紹「維基禮儀」的基本方針,包含在本站其他人合作的方式,您可以透過本站的方針與指引,獲知更多的基本規定。


維基新聞禮儀[编辑]

  • 最好能遵循Wikipedia:善意推定,本站台是建構在任何人都可以自由編輯的重要基礎。人們來此是為了撰寫及與他人合作創造好新聞。
  • 只要可能,尽量不要删除和回退。请遵守回退不过三原则。在“编辑摘要”一栏解释回退的理由。
    • 請多加修正、編輯、參與討論
  • 禮貌點。
    • People can't see you or know for sure your mood. Irony isn't always obvious, and blunt, raw text can easily appear rude. Be careful of the words you choose — what you intended might not be what others think.
  • 记得签名,在讨论页和茶馆等地一定要记得签名(但别给我写到文章里头去!)。
  • Work toward agreement
  • 別忽視問題。
    • 若別人不認同您的編輯,試著說服他人為什麼您的編輯是合適的。
  • Concede a point, when you have no response to it; or admit when you disagree based on intuition or taste.
    • Don't make people debate positions you don't really hold.
  • 準備好道歉。
    • In animated discussions, we often say things we later wish we hadn't. Say so.
  • 原諒、釋懷、忘卻過失。
  • Recognize your own biases and keep them in check.
  • Give praise when due. Everybody likes to feel appreciated, especially in an environment that often requires compromise. Drop a friendly note on user's talk pages.
  • Remove or summarize resolved disputes that you initiated.
  • Help mediate disagreements between others.
  • If polite discussion fails, take a break if you're arguing or recommend a break if you're mediating.
    • 一、兩週後再回來,還是沒有人的話,並且你覺得有討論必要,邀請一些人.
    • Walk away or find another Wikinews article to distract yourself — there are 12,906 articles on Wikinews! Lend your much-needed services at pages needing attention.
  • 记住維基新聞不是什麽.
  • 文明.

避免濫用用戶討論頁[编辑]

Most people take pride in their work and in their point of view. Egos can easily get hurt in editing, but Talk pages are not a place for striking back. They're a good place to comfort or undo damage to egos, but most of all they're for forging agreements that are best for the articles they're attached to.

有些必須要銘記在心的重點[编辑]

  • Wikinews articles are supposed to fairly report all views (more at NPOV). The Talk pages are not a place to debate which views are right or wrong or better. If you want to do that, there are venues such as Usenet, public weblogs and other wikis.
  • If someone disagrees with you, this does not necessarily mean that (1) the person hates you, (2) the person thinks you're stupid, (3) the person is stupid, (4) the person is evil, etc. When people post opinions without practical implications for the article, it's best to just leave them be.
  • Wikinews invites you to be bold. Before initiating discussion, ask yourself: Is this really necessary to discuss? Could I provide a summary with my edit and wait for others to quibble if they like?
  • You can always take a discussion to e-mail or to your user page if it's not essential to the article.

更多有禮貌的討論方式[编辑]

  • 永遠講明你的重點,尤其是在回應時。
    • Quoting a post is O.K., but stating how you interpreted it is better. Before proceeding to say that someone is wrong, concede you might have misinterpreted him or her.
  • 不要 標籤化人身攻擊 他人或他人的編輯.
    • Terms like "racist," "sexist" or even "poorly written" make people defensive. This makes it hard to discuss articles productively.

其他建議[编辑]

  • to be open and warmly welcoming, not insular,
  • to be focused singlemindedly on writing news articles, not on Usenet-style debate,
  • to recognize and praise the best work, work that is detailed, factual, well-informed, and well-referenced,
  • to work to understand what neutrality requires and why it is so essential to and good for this project,
  • to treat your fellow productive, well-meaning members of Wikinews with respect and good will,
  • to attract and honor good people who know a lot and can write about it well, and
  • to show the door to trolls, vandals, and wiki-anarchists, who if permitted would waste your time and create a poisonous atmosphere here.
  • 讓他人感覺到歡迎。(即使是老手或你不喜歡的人。)
  • 創造並且持续友善的環境。
  • Turn the other cheek (which includes walking away from potential edit wars)
  • Give praise, especially to those you don't know (most people like to know they are wanted and appreciated)
  • 原諒。

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