Talk:Bhagavad Gita/The Satanic Verses of Bhagavad-gita
A note to the author of this: A page on something as controversial as this is at a disability if there is no responsible editor, with a registered account, with whom the page can be discussed, on a user talk page. There can be some discussion here, but there is, actually, more than one related page, and IP editors don't have watchlists, so they won't necessarily know if there is a question, and if you have an account with email enabled, you can set your options to get an email notification if someone edits your talk page.
I notice that on Wikipedia, there is an editor, w:User:RogDel who has supported Kedar Joshi pages, who has over 60,000 edits to Wikipedia, which is quite high. This person would certainly be welcome here, I'd expect.
Kedar Joshi himself would be welcome here, and it's possible to write original research here, and take controversial opinions, and write in depth, as long as the overall presentation is neutral. I made a change in how this page was placed and the context of how it was linked, to increase neutrality, and I removed certain material that wasn't neutral but which was not attributed to a specific person. That material would make it look like Wikiversity has that opinion.... Opinion should be clearly attributed, and so should unsourced interpretation.
I'm suggesting that the possibility this resource will survive here will be enhanced by the participation of a registered editor who takes responsibility for the content, and who will cooperate with the community to make sure presentation remains neutral. This isn't Wikipedia, it's very different and much more open, but overall neutrality is still required. Thanks, I hope you will feel free to ask me questions or for assistance. --Abd 02:43, 24 April 2011 (UTC)
- Hi, I’m willing to take responsibility for this page. Thanks. ~ RogDel 20:01, 4 May 2011 (UTC)