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Thought police - help needed

April 14, 2008

The debate in Wikipedia over standards has got interesting. On the one side we have those of us who spend time on the page who want to do something minor – change the colour of the information book to red. It turns out there are another group who are putting all their energy into a template page, seeing to enforce a single template with a common approach. Now having some uniformity makes sense – but surely varying the colour of a boundary to the national colour is reasonable diversity? If any wants to help please vote KEEP here. Where does this desire for uniformity come from?

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