匪夷所思——维基志异

神奇的维基百科条目集。

维基志异:https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:維基誌異

维基志异收录了维基百科中一些不寻常的条目。这些条目都是维基人对维基百科的宝贵贡献,只不过是有一点异常、怪,或者说,你可别指望着能从一般百科全书中见到。我们必须对这些条目进行特别小心仔细的维护,以达到百科全书的最高标准,而不至于显得不专业。

判定“不寻常”的准则,探讨所得的共识基本如下:

你不会期待从通常的百科全书中找到该条目;
条目中含有通常人会认为不寻常的组合,比如:无聊龙属、钻石吧、极限烫衣……
注:这只是一个大概的定义,有的条目不完全符合上述准则,仍然可以收集到“志异”中。

English version:

“Wikipedia:Unusual articles”:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Unusual_articles

There are almost 5 million articles in the English Wikipedia. These are the ones that Wikipedians have identified as being a bit unusual. These articles are verifiable, valuable contributions to the encyclopedia, but are a bit odd, whimsical, or something you would not expect to find in Encyclopædia Britannica. We should take special care to meet the highest standards of an encyclopedia with these articles lest they make Wikipedia appear idiosyncratic. If you wish to add articles to this list, the article in question should preferably meet one or more of these criteria:

  1. The article is something you would not expect to find in a standard encyclopedia.
  2. The subject is an unusual combination of concepts, such as cosmic latte, death from laughter etc.
  3. The subject is an anomaly: something that defies common sense, common expectations or common knowledge, such as Bir Tawil, Märket, Phineas Gage, List of snow events in Florida etc.
  4. The subject is well-documented for unexpected notoriety or an unplanned cult following at extreme levels, such as Ampelmännchen or All your base are belong to us.
  5. The subject is a hoax of significant success, such as Sokal affair or Mary Toft.
  6. The subject might be found amusing, though serious.
  7. The article is a list or collection of articles/subjects meeting the criteria above.

This definition is not precise. Some articles may still be considered unusual even if they do not fit these guidelines. 

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