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Open content is a concept introduced by [[WikiAlpha]]. Like [[Open Source]] in the field of programming, open content is content anyone can add to or review. Open content also implies broad standards as to what is accepted as content. For example, on WikiAlpha we accept [[original research]], [[news]], unpublished scientific and [[journal]] articles, and pages documenting [[phenomenona]] physical or virtual.
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Open content is a concept introduced by [[WikiAlpha]]. Like [[Open Source]] in the field of programming, Open Content is content anyone can add to or review. Open content also implies broad standards as to what is accepted as content. For example, on WikiAlpha we accept [[original research]], [[news]], unpublished scientific and [[journal]] articles, and pages documenting [[phenomenona]] physical or virtual.
  
 
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Revision as of 04:23, 19 June 2011

Open content is a concept introduced by WikiAlpha. Like Open Source in the field of programming, Open Content is content anyone can add to or review. Open content also implies broad standards as to what is accepted as content. For example, on WikiAlpha we accept original research, news, unpublished scientific and journal articles, and pages documenting phenomenona physical or virtual.

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