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Google Code-in 2014 Haiku

Update WebPositive's Wikipedia and check page for errors, spelling mistakes.

completed by: Isaac

mentors: Richard Nyhus-Smith

This article should introduce the reader to this technology for the first time while being encyclopaedic in nature and citing sources where possible.

You will need to be a native speaker of English and your work must be your own. That means you can not just copy & paste other people's work as your own, as that is cheating/plagiarism. There are anti-plagiarism bots on wikipedia, so it is kind of pointless to try it.

You can quote ('Jones said "bah bah bah" '), you can paraphrase and you use can use a hybrid of the two ('Jones stated beh beh beh "bah bah" beh beh '). This means you can only use other people's work when you admit and give credit to them and their work. 

If you are a German, French or Russian native speaker, then you can ask (on IRC) one of our mentors who speaks these languages to be a mentor for a German, French or Russian verson of this task. Otherwise you are out of luck.

 Check out this link to see a example article of the length and quality that you need to aim for.

 Make your own modifications on a draught page rather than on the actual proper page.