[NetBehaviour] cyberformance on wikipedia

Patrick Lichty voyd at voyd.com
Mon Sep 22 03:08:19 CEST 2008


I've weighed in on the subject.
The person in question, Jimmi Hugh has no or little apparent knowledge of the subject, and I challenge his request for deletion.

---- helen varley jamieson <helen at creative-catalyst.com> wrote:
>
> hi netbehviouriousts,
> earlier this year i discovered that someone (not me) had entered 
> cyberformance onto wikipedia, with a well-written article & good links; 
> thanks! whoever it was : )  at the time i added a couple of links & 
> cross-references with other wikipedia articles.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyberformance
> 
> but now the article has been marked for deletion : (  the person who has 
> marked it for deletion says he's done this because all of "all the 
> sources being self references to Second Life culture" which isn't true 
> at all - there are references to SL but also to lots of other things & 
> none of my own work or some of the other artists mentioned is in SL - & 
> he also says there are no academic views on cyberformance which also 
> isn't true (& my own just-completed Masters thesis isn't the only one).
> 
> if anyone feels like supporting the cyberformance article & saving it 
> from deletion, please go to the cyberformance page & click through to 
> the deletion comments page to add your voice.
> 
> thanks,
> h : )
> 
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