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- Neutral point of view
- All articles should be written in a neutral point if view without bias, representing different views fairly. The Wiki is not the place to promote or advocate different opinions or interests. Neither is it the place to promote yourself, a certain product, code or company. Be very restrictive when writing about yourself, your company, your products or your own research results. See the WikiPedia NPOV definition for more information. This principle is especially important when writing about commercial products. We don't want a Wiki filled with commercial advertising.
- No original research
- Do not publish original research in the Wiki. All material added to the Wiki should be established views or facts that are generally accepted in the research community. New research results should first have been published in peer-reviewed journals and conferences before being added to the Wiki. For more information see WikiPedia's page on original resarch.
- Information in the Wiki should be verifiable. Whenever possible include links or references to where the information can be verified. Preferably the information should already have been published by a reputable publisher. Note that information does not necessarily have to be the one single truth - confliciting opinions might exist. For more information about the principle of verifiability see the WikiPedia article on verifiablity.
- No copyright violations
- Please make sure that all material that you add is free from any conflicting copyrights. Do not add material to which others own the copyrights without their explicit approval. We take copyrights seriously and will delete any material that is found to break someones copyrights.