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[Joho the Blog] [Found it, thanks to a commenter: It's Peter Morville.] ) talking about Wikipedia's long tail, by which the person meant (I think) the articles that are rarely read or edited. The question was whether the quality of those articles is as good as that of the oft-edited ones.
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[Joho the Blog] Wikipedia's long tail: I'm a pretty active wikipedian, there are so many types of articles that would fit into what I would call the long tail. The kind Jim talks about above that are edited by a few authors that know about the subject are honestly some of the best in wikipedia I think, as long as they are not about anything controversial.