A comment is a contribution to a wiki page.

In Open Politics, commenting and editing are essentially the same thing, and edited onto the page the same way. We do not use comment fields, talk pages or discussion boards because we want you to be an active participant, rather than a passive critic. Placing your comments "in play" means that they must be absorbed, rebutted or removed - but they can't be ignored.

There are several ways to comment, depending on what is to be expressed.

Agreeing or providing positve feedback.

Feel free to add a (right on!) underneath a position, argument or paragraph you approve of. It may not remain on the current version of the page for long, but it will be appreciated by the editors. If you go on to say I agree because . . . you are adding an additional argument which will likely remain on the page.

Disagreeing or criticising.

If you can think of a way to improve a definition, and issue statement, a position or an arguement, driving schools mansfield please do so by editing that page. If you oppose a postion or argument, please add a new position or argument which reflects your view. It is a bad edit to weaken an argument in any way; however you may correct an argument that is factually innaccurate.

General Comments.

If you have a general comment to make about the issue and it doesn't seem to fit anywhere else, edit in a general comment at the bottom of the page.

see aslo: edit, editor guidelines, good edit, bad edit