사용자:ChongDae/규칙 개요

위키백과는 참가자들이 자발적으로 만드는 자유 백과사전입니다.

Wikipedia is a free, volunteer-created encyclopedia, consisting of articles written in a particular style. Wikipedia is a continuous process with no end. If you write something good, it could be around for centuries and read all over the world. It might also be improved or incorporated into new revisions by other editors. Part of the fun and challenge of editing here is watching what happens to your contributions over time.

The Wikipedia community continues to evolve as well. Over time, policies and customs have developed which reflect the experience of thousands of editors who are constantly learning and refining how to create balanced, well-sourced, informative articles, and how to work with others and resolve conflict when it arises. While there are rules or guidelines that cover almost any situation, a few are really important. If you learn about our policies and practices, you will likely be treated with kindness and respect.

A great place to start learning is with Wikipedia's approach to sources. Wikipedia does not have its own views, or determine what is "correct". Instead, editors try to summarize what good sources have said about ideas and information. Differing views are presented objectively and without bias as they are reported in reliable sources—sources that have a reputation for being accurate. Good sources are the base of the encyclopedia, and anyone must be able to realistically check whether contributions can be backed up by one. This is generally done by citing where you found information. With reliable sources at the center of what we do, editors' original ideas, interpretations, and research are not appropriate here.

Don't worry too much if you don't understand everything at first. And don't hesitate to ask questions. As time goes on, you'll learn how to be a great contributor to Wikipedia!

학심 원칙편집

이론적으로는 어떤 것이든 바뀔 수 있지만, 현재의 공동체는 특정 원칙에 따라 이루어져 있습니다. 많은 생각이 여기에 들어 있으며, 앞으로 바뀔 가능성은 거의 없습니다. 이제까지 이 원칙은 잘 동작해왔으며, 급진적인 개혁을 하기 전에 이 점을 고려해야 합니다.

  1. 다섯 원칙: 위키백과 공동체의 기초는 다섯가지 간단한 말로 요약됩니다: 위키백과는 온라인 백과사전이다; 중립적 시각을 따른다; 누구나 고치고 이용할 수 있는 자유 콘첸츠이다; 모든 위키백과 사용자는 서로를 존중하고 예의바르게 행동한다; 위키백과에는 고정된 규칙이 없다.
  2. 설립 원칙: 위키백과와 다른 자매 프로젝트를 총괄하는 글로벌 조직인 위키미디어 재단은 중요한 기본 생각에 기반하고 있습니다: 중립성은 의무이다; 누구나 등록 없이 문서를 고칠 수 있다; "위키 절차"에 따른 토론을 통해 결정을 내린다; 친절하고 협력적인 환경을 만든다; 콘텐츠는 자유 라이선스로 배포된다; 어려운 문제를 해결할 조직을 만들 여지를 남긴다.
  3. 저작권: 위키백과는 크리에이티브 커먼즈 저작자표시-동일조건변경허락 라이선스와 GNU 자유 문서 사용 허가서를 따르고 있습니다. 위키백과의 콘텐츠는 저작자표시를 하는 한 자유롭게 이용과 배포를 할 수 있으며, 이용자가 동일한 조건으로 사용할 수 있다면 수정이나 상업적 이용도 허용됩니다. 편집자가 기여하는 모든 내용은 위키백과의 라이선스와 호환되어야 하며, 다른 사람의 저작권을 침해할 수 없습니다.
  4. 규칙에 얽매이지 마세요: 위키백과의 규칙은 석판에 새겨진 것이 아닙니다. 규칙의 문구보다는 그 정신이 더 중요합니다. 백과사전을 만드는 목표가 가장 중요합니다. 이 말은 더 나은 백과사전을 만드는데 도움이 되는 경우, 합당한 이유가 있다면 규칙을 깰 수 있다는 것입니다. 규칙에 얽매이지 말라는 것이 아무렇게나 해도 된다거나, 결정을 내리기 전에 토론이 필요없다는 뜻은 아닙니다.

양질의 문서 만들기 =편집

  1. 중립적 시각: Write from a neutral point of view. Make a fair representation of the world as reliable sources describe it. All articles should be balanced to convey an impression of the various points of view on a subject. Some views may get more attention than others, depending on the attention they receive in reliable sources. Wikipedia has no "opinion" of its own; it just accurately summarizes reliable sources.
  2. 검증 가능성: Articles should contain only material that has been published by reliable sources. These are sources with a reputation for fact-checking and accuracy, like newspapers, academic journals, and books. Even if something is true our standards require it be published in a reliable source before it can be included. Editors should cite reliable sources for any material that is controversial or challenged, otherwise it may be removed by any editor. The obligation to provide a reliable source is on whoever wants to include material.
  3. 신규 연구 금지: Articles may not contain previously unpublished arguments, concepts, data, or theories, nor any new analysis or synthesis of them if it advances a position. In other words, you can't make a point that hasn't already been directly made somewhere else in a reliable source. You can summarize, but it has to be based in the sources.
  4. Be bold in updating pages! Go ahead, it's a wiki! No mistake can break Wikipedia, because any edit can be undone. Encourage others, including those who disagree with you, to likewise be bold! If you find yourself disagreeing with someone's boldness or they with yours, discuss it on the talk page.

다른 편집자와 함께하기편집

  1. Be civil to other users at all times. If you have a criticism, comment about content and specific edits, don't make negative remarks about other editors as people.
  2. Assume good faith: Do please try to consider the person on the other end of the discussion as a thinking, rational being who is trying to positively contribute to Wikipedia. Even if you're convinced that they're an [insert insult of your choice], still pretend that they're acting in good faith. Ninety percent of the time you'll find that they actually are acting in good faith (and the other ten percent of the time a negative attitude won't help anyway). Be gracious. Be liberal in what you accept, be conservative in what you do. Try to accommodate other people's quirks as best you can, while trying to be as polite and straightforward as possible.
  3. Discuss contentious changes on the talk page: Mutual respect is the guiding behavioral principle of Wikipedia. Although everyone knows that their contributions may be edited by others, it is easier to accept changes when you understand the reasons for them. Discussing changes on the article's talk page before you make them can help reach consensus even faster, especially on controversial subjects. We have all the time in the world, so always make an effort to explain changes to other editors, and feel free to ask them to do the same.
  4. Undo others' edits with care: Undoing someone's work is a powerful tool, hence the three-revert rule that an editor should never undo the same content more than three times in twenty-four hours (ideally, even less). Try not to revert changes which are not obvious vandalism. If you really can't stand something, revert once, with an edit summary like "I disagree, I'll explain why on Talk", and immediately take it to the accompanying talk page to discuss. If someone reverts your edits, do not just add them back without attempting discussion.
  5. Try to understand why your article or edit was deleted: Many topics do not meet our inclusion guidelines. Some of the same bad article ideas show up and get deleted frequently through processes such as articles for deletion, proposed deletion and speedy deletion. New editors may benefit from the Articles for creation helper. Other contributions are often just not neutral or just not well-sourced. In general, finding better, more reliable sources and summarizing them neutrally is almost always the best response.
  6. Resolve disputes: Disagreements are common but they need not be ugly. Find out what others think about an issue and try to address it. If you still disagree, seek input from other editors informally, or through a third opinion, mediation, or an open request for comment.

효과적으로 함께 일하기편집

  1. Use clear edit summaries: straightforward, transparent explanations are greatly appreciated. Other editors need to understand your thinking, and edit summaries also help you understand what you did after a leave of absence or a complex series of changes. Please state what you changed and why. If the explanation is too long, use the Talk page to add details. Since anyone can edit articles, even without registering, there are a lot of changes to watch; good edit summaries simplify things for everyone.
  2. Sign your posts: Sign on talk pages (using ~~~~, which gets replaced by your username and timestamp when you hit "save page"), but don't sign in main namespace articles.
  3. Preview your changes: Repeatedly saving small edits clutters the page's history, which makes it difficult for some editors to follow along with changes. Several small changes without edit summaries is even harder to follow. Use the show preview button rather than saving many times.
  4. Use noticeboards to get input: Everyone on Wikipedia is basically equal, but certain issues come up very frequently and have their own noticeboard where experienced editors often gather to discuss related topics. If you need input, use them. WP:NPOVN is for neutrality issues, WP:RSN is for reliable sources, WP:ANI is for specific issues needing administrator input; others are listed at the noticeboard page and at the bottom of this page as well.
  5. Join the community: Find out what's going on in the community. The Community Portal is a good starting place, where you can find ongoing community discussions, the weekly Wikipedia newspaper, and plenty of tasks that need work. There are also mailing lists which feature project and organization-wide discussions, and internet relay chat for a variety of topics. WikiProjects are places editors gather to work on specific areas of the encyclopedia; they're also good places to ask for input. New ideas are often put forth at the Village pump, and hot-topics at Jimbo's talk page.
  6. Ask for help: The Wikipedia community has a wealth of knowledge and you are almost surely not the first person to have a particular question, concern, idea or disagreement. You can ask anyone for help anytime by placing {{help me}} on any talk page along with an explanation of your problem. Great places for assistance are the new contributor's help page, the Help Desk, and help chat. Also, WP:Questions and WP:FAQ for the most common areas and queries.

함께 보기편집

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