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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
 
We're going to talk about the "objective" part of the question. So, we're '''not''' going to talk here about general personnal attitudes needed or anything related to that.
 
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**Initiated:  Linked in, Facebook, Twitter,...?? Others better?
 
**Initiated:  Linked in, Facebook, Twitter,...?? Others better?
 
**Expert: Usenet (needs a newsreader)?? Others better?
 
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* [[Activist self netikette]]
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* [[Data control manifesto]]
 
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Introduction

We're going to talk about the "objective" part of the question. So, we're not going to talk here about general personnal attitudes needed or anything related to that.

Characteristics of high quality information

This information should ideally enable others to gain time by being (by order of importance):

  • Important and coherent: text is related to the title
  • Structured that means categorized (tag for example), clear (title, sub-title,...): so that anyone can find this information quickly and easily understand the whole message.
  • Quickly understood: visualization could sometimes help in this context, verify interpretation of the question if necessary.
  • Reliable: with other words:
    • Social network (trust): which one? Advantages and disadvantages of each one?
    • Easy discussion and trafic: so that the debate can be facilitated: forum, comments,...so keep monitoring those.
    • Source (= saying where does this information come from).
  • Original: means no repetition with another content somewhere else on the website or on the net, prefer in that case to link with this other content (exept if its short).
    • in its content
    • in its presentation

Before you share a question

If you want to:

  • Find precise information, neutral (not popular because less reliable): Google with advanced search or Wikipedia with "help" function: 5min max.
  • Explore a domain or an answer to a general question:

To read further about this subject: course

Share to deepen a question

  • How?
    • Question and apriori answer and then synthesis of the answers recieved
    • Answer question from others
  • Where? depends on your level of expertise:
    • Initiated: Linked in, Facebook, Twitter,...?? Others better?
    • Expert: Usenet (needs a newsreader)?? Others better?

See also