维基学院:假定善意

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假定善意是維基學院的基本原則。既然我們允許任何人進行編輯,也就是說我們假設所有人的編輯都是善意而非刻意破壞維基學院的。如果我們不信任任何人,那麼像維基學院一樣的項目從一開始便注定是失敗的,這原則也叫第一信任原則。

When you can reasonably assume that a mistake someone made was a well-intentioned attempt to further the goals of the project, correct it without criticizing. When you disagree with someone, remember that they probably believe that they are helping the project. Consider using talk pages to explain yourself, and give others the opportunity to do the same. This can avoid misunderstandings and prevent problems from escalating.

Newcomers unaware of Wikiversity's unique culture and the mechanics of Wikiversity editing often make mistakes or fail to respect community norms. It is not uncommon for a newcomer to believe that an unfamiliar policy should be changed to match their experience elsewhere. Similarly, many newcomers bring with them experience or expertise for which they expect immediate respect. Behaviors arising from these perspectives are not malicious.

Obviously, editors can't be expected to assume good faith if, despite the best possible interpretation of another's actions, it is clear that these actions are contrary to the project's goals. Actions inconsistent with good faith contributions to the project's goals include vandalism, sockpuppetry, and other clear instances of intentional deceit.

Assuming good faith also does not mean that no action by editors should be criticized, but instead that criticism should not be attributed to malice unless there is specific evidence of malice. Accusing the other side in a conflict of not assuming good faith, without showing reasonable supporting evidence, is another form of failing to assume good faith.

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