"Speed" and "reliability" are POV. So is "powerful search and filtering". It smells like an advertisement. And please do not revert content tags without discussion, it's very rude. - Sikon 13:12, 18 April 2007 (UTC)
Developers should be removed
Long list of non-notable developers should be removed, because they aren't notable people. Just because I don't agree with that big list of names, doesn't mean you can slander me with the "censorship" word. • Sbmeirow • Talk • 18:07, 8 August 2017 (UTC)
Wikipedia:Namechecking --- Don't add people who have not been proven to pass WP:BIO to articles without a really good reason. --- Listing the names of all the members of an orchestra, all the employees of a small business, design studio or college department does not necessarily add to a reader's understanding of the topic. • Sbmeirow • Talk • 18:36, 8 August 2017 (UTC)
- Wikipedia policy does not require them to be notable. (Wikipedia:Namechecking is a poorly written essay.)
- "Censorship" is always done in good faith; when done in bad-faith, it is called vandalism, not censorship. Still WP:NOTCENSORED, especially just because you don't like them.
- Slander is oral. Hence, it is impossible to slander anyone in Wikipedia. Also, we are having a simple dispute. Not everyone who disagrees with you is committing a personal attack.
@Sbmeirow: Let's do this methodically, shall we? Please tell me (even if you feel doing so is a repetition): Exactly what policy or guideline in Wikipedia does forbid inclusion of developer names? If you must, please both link and quote. If it is not a policy or guideline, but common sense that compels you, please explain that reason to me, and please tell me to what extent that reason would apply to other stuff in the infobox, such as version number. Thanks in advance for your cooperation. FleetCommand (Speak your mind!) 21:37, 17 August 2017 (UTC)