Don't read the Wikipedia docs


A 70-year-old Wikipedian (3) Started Wikipedia, 18 June 2024, by Yuriko Kadokura:

It also said that there were ‘five pillars’ for Wikipedia to be a trusted free encyclopedia. Each of these had detailed explanations, which I also read carefully. Reading that far made me wonder if I needed to know a lot more before I could actually write, but there was no one to consult to see if that was really the case, so I had to be clumsy to get on. Much later I realized that there seem to be a lot of people who write articles without actually reading that much.

It's always good when people read the docs, and especially when they find issues that aren't explained enough.