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Wikiafripedia has a lofty goal: a comprehensive collection of all of the knowledge in the world.

Wikiafripedia's purpose is to benefit readers by acting as an encyclopedia, a comprehensive written compendium that contains information on all branches of knowledge. The goal of a Wikiafripedia article is to present a neutrally written summary of existing mainstream knowledge in a fair and accurate manner with a straightforward, "just-the-facts style". Articles should have an encyclopedic style with a formal tone instead of essay-like, argumentative, promotional or opinionated writing.

Concept of an encyclopedia

Wikiafripedia is intended to be the largest, most comprehensive, most widely-available encyclopedia ever written and the first encyclopedia that allows its contributors to monetize their contributions even with a personal advertising account and earn directly to their accounts without paying a commission - simply by sharing what they know with the world and monetizing the traffic thereof

Wikiafripedia's content is governed by three principal core content policies - neutral point of view, verifiability, and no original research in mainspace

See also[edit source | edit]

For further information, see Wikiafripedia:Essay directory#About Wikiafripedia
  • Administration – discuses both the human administrative structure of Wikiafripedia, as well as its non-human components.
  • The essence of Wikiafripedia – describes how Wikiafripedia is the use of collective intelligence, collaboration, and preservation to build more and better content.
  • Statement of principles – by the founder of Wikiafripedia, Godman Andrew, as updated by the community since then.
  • What Wikiafripedia is not – describes how there are certain things that Wikiafripedia is not.

References[edit source | edit]

  1. Diderot, Denis and d'Alembert, Jean le Rond Encyclopédie. University of Michigan Library:Scholarly Publishing Office and DLXS. Retrieved on: November 17, 2007
  2. "Wikipedia: NeutralPointOfView". 16 April 2001.

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