1. How can Wikipedia maintain and grow its ability to harness the crowd sourcing of its “Wikipedians” to maintain high-quality (and quickly updated) content?
2. As Wikipedia keeps growing, do you think it can continue to rely exclusively on donations (in time and money)? Why or why not? What other “business models” could be considered? Would any of those “violate the spirit of Wikipedia”?
3. What, if anything, should Wikipedia do to ensure that its articles indeed present a “neutral point of view”? Shouldn’t the crowd sourcing approach ensure objectivity? Does a “neutral point of view” matter to Wikipedia’s sustainability? Why or why not?
4. How has the “long tail” affected Wikipedia?