O fundador da Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, da uma entrevista sobre a primeira década da maior enciclopédia do mundo, na Wired.
Wired.co.uk: Do you get tired of defending the integrity of Wikipedia articles? How do you counter the criticism?
Wales: No, I don’t really get tired of it, because I think that our responsibility to help make Wikipedia as good as it possibly can be means that we have to take seriously every legitimate criticism and think about how we can improve.
In terms of countering the criticism, I think that today most people understand that Wikipedia is pretty good but not perfect, and that it is getting better all the time. It’s really important that our community remain steadfastly committed to taking quality really seriously.