Over the last days , I had to work on some EU initiative and accidentally fell on wikipedia’s entries for EU projects (because I use the highly recommended Googlepedia firefox add-on).
What a coincidence: three EU buzzwords or project all were reportedly not up to wikipedia standards, sometimes “looked like an advertising”. For the records, I was checking NESSI, living labs, and digital business ecosystem. (Now they have already changed in some cases)

My point is that wikipedia and social software are very good in “cutting the crap”. All public initiatives should pass the wikipedia test. Publish a description on wikipedia, and see what wikipedians think of it.

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