<CPOV> Teach-In @ Wikiversity?

Martin Hellberg Olsson Martin.HellbergOlsson at UGent.be
Thu Apr 8 18:34:35 CEST 2010

Quite interesting (though I'm not sure I agree with everything), but I'm 
a bit confused... It seems to be written from the assumption that the 
intended meaning of  "breaching experiment" has something to do with 
security tests rather than the kind of sociological experiment described 
at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Breaching_experiment . Is that really 
the case?

Kind regards,
Martin Hellberg Olsson


Citerar "Jon Awbrey" <jawbrey at att.net>:

> Staff writer "Somey" of ''The Wikipedia Review'' has written a very
> helpful Guide for the Perplexed on the Wikipedia Review Op-Ed Blog --
> http://wikipediareview.com/blog/20100406/wikiversity-when-breaching-experiments-attack/
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