Success at School — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:27, 10 July 2017 (UTC)

Schools Wikipedia

Okay, I have to ask - what exactly is "Schools Wikipedia", and why are you committing temporary vandalism on some articles to remove "explicit content"? Elizium23 (talk) 17:17, 28 June 2013 (UTC) Hi there, Elizium23. I work for an international children's charity called SOS Children (you can visit our site at http://www.soschildrensvillages.org.uk, and we are currently in the throes of preparing a new, fourth edition of a project called Wikipedia for Schools (or Schools Wikipedia). Schools Wikipedia is a selection of articles from Wikipedia organised around the UK national curriculum and including other articles which may be of use or interest to children. It can be browsed online at http://schools-wikipedia.org (this currently takes you to the 2008/9 selection) and is also available offline and distributed to schools in developing countries where internet access is limited. Previous version have been released offline on CD and DVD, although the new version will be released onto USB stick. All content is manually checked for suitability for children schoolchildren aged 11-15, and because of the range of countries where it is used, we have to be fairly conservative when editing the text. Generally, unsuitable content can be removed without requiring interference with the original Wikipedia site via our editing software, but occasionally (and this is where you come in!), the easiest thing to do is to edit the live Wikipedia page and then self-revert immediately and then upload the clean variant. Sorry if this is a somewhat rambling answer to your question, but I hope it explains why I've been removing and then immediately re-adding supposedly "explicit content" from the site, although I think (hope!) "vandalism" is a rather extreme interpretation! Wikipedia for Schools is supported by the Wikimedia Foundation, after all! You can read more at http://www.sos-schools.org/wikipedia-for-schools, and visit the test site of the new edition at http://schools-wikipedia-test.soschildren.org/. : : I think you need to stop vandalizing wikipedia right now! : In those wikis you link, I don't see any attribution to the authors. Where is it? : Aisteco (talk) 00:50, 29 June 2013 (UTC) I haven't "linked any wikis". All I have done is remove content and then replace it immediately. This results in effetively no change to Wikipedia. Unless I have inadvertently made a mistake in one of my edits (e.g. neglected to self-revert - in which case, please let me know the specific details), I think you may be confusing me with another user. To repeat, Wikipedia for Schools is a charity project endorsed by WMF, and I have made exactly no intentional working change to Wikipedia.

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Reply to your Articles for Creation Help Desk question

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