Wikipedia:Requests for comment/Economy, trade, and companies
The following discussions are requested to have community-wide attention:
|Should the following text be added to a "Promotion of conspiracy theories and fringe discourse" sub-section?:
|Although a request for citation has been present since May 2017, there have been no citations added to support the claims that Mr James Karat "invented" STP. STP is a well known concept and not an invention created by a single person. It is simply the automation of business processes. There is no mention of what role Mr Karat played in the automation of the process - it appears he was working on an automation project anyway, so is it actually the case that he was the "jobber" and not a business process architect, system architect, system developer or any person who could have claim to "inventing" a concept. It appears that the entries have been made by Mr Karat himself and not someone independent. In fact in April 2016 the Edit History shows Graeme Austin commenting "Origination of phrase is in fact in dispute. James Karat may have been the first but I was deeply involved in STP in the early 90s in London and he is not known to me."
Should references to Mr Karat be removed?
|In a disease article, how can we include treatments such as those in the following list of examples:
This RfC is about building a consensus on a way to present such treatments in the present article. Wikipedians are invited to join in, including those from non-medical fields. This RfC is the logical follow up of the discussion that appears just before on Talk:Methicillin-resistant_Staphylococcus_aureus. Riffstilde (talk) 10:56, 19 October 2018 (UTC)