TME:The Multilingual Encyclopedia differs from Wikipedia

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The Multilingual Encyclopedia and Wikipedia have similarities and differences.

Similarities[edit source]

Wikipedia uses MediaWiki.
Miraheze uses MediaWiki.
Wikipedia is a wiki.
The Multilingual Encyclopedia is a wiki.

Differences[edit source]

Wikipedia requires all articles to have a "neutral point of view".
The Multilingual Encyclopedia allows all articles written in any point of view. Opinions are welcome too.
Wikipedia does not allow original research.
The Multilingual Encyclopedia allows any article backed with original research.
Wikipedia requires that the subjects of its articles have sufficient notability.
The Multilingual Encyclopedia does not have a notability policy.
Wikipedia articles must be "encyclopedic".
Despite the name, the Multilingual Encyclopedia does not require its articles to be written like they're in an encyclopedia.
Wikipedia images must be under a free license or fair use.
The Multilingual Encyclopedia allows images under a non-commercial license as long as they're clearly marked.
Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation.
The Multilingual Encyclopedia is hosted by Miraheze.
The English Wikipedia requires all its articles to be written in the English language.
The Multilingual Encyclopedia allows articles written in any language.

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Other wikis also have pages about not being Wikipedia.