What do you think of including authorship information on the front page? Since we're including the URL on our resumes, I thought it might be useful. I wrote up a sample section below. Feel free to edit / move to main page. --AchalOza 21:11, 22 July 2007 (EDT)
Citation to AntitrustWorldWiki
The Harvard Journal of Law and Technology has adopted the following format for citations to articles in Wikipedia:
- [Signal] Wikipedia, [article], http://en.wikipedia/wiki/[article] [(optional other parenthetical)] (as of [date], [time] GMT).
Here is an example:
- See Wikipedia, Bluebook, http://en.wikipedia/wiki/Bluebook (describing history and application of the Bluebook) (as of Mar. 21, 2006, 20:50 GMT).
This format derives from Rule 18.2 of the 18th edition of the Bluebook, though the date parenthetical differs slightly. The parenthetical here is designed to specify the exact version of the article to which the author is referring, recognizing that articles can and do change often. The date and time used should correspond exactly to the latest version listed in the article's Wikipedia history page that states the proposition for which you are citing it. Use of GMT conforms to the timestamp format used in those history entries (e.g., use 24-hour notation to avoid AM/PM).
--AchalOza 17:21, 12 September 2007 (EDT)
Should we have the "www" in http://www.antitrustworldwiki.com in the suggested citations? It seems the more "official" way to cite it. I wasn't sure if you guys left it out for a specific purpose or by accident.
--Kajrozga 14:38, 15 October 2007 (EDT)