Are they valid?
(According to several articles, Garrett Wilkinson is another name of wiki user GdawgGamerTV.)
- Articles on numbers by Garrett Wilkinson are created by GdawgGamerTV.
- "Sources" of those articles are "N U M B 3 R - P 3 D 1 A", which is a web site created by GdawgGamerTV.
- The "source" articles in "N U M B 3 R - P 3 D 1 A" themselves are created by GdawgGamerTV.
- "N U M B 3 R - P 3 D 1 A" refers to this wiki as a unique source. (Therefore it is a circular reference.)
If it were just a personal web site, then it might not be a problem. However, there are several articles on numbers by others, and hence it seems to be intended to be an encyclodia as its site name implies. Then, due to the current rule, aren't they articles without "good" external sources? If we accept that an encyclopedia can be a source as long as it is the first source, then it is not problematic. But at least, the current rule rejects them, right? (I note that even if it is intended to be an encyclopedia, all of contributors seem to be the same person with different names. Therefore it might be better to regard it as a personal site instead of an encyclodpedia.)
p-adic 15:10, January 16, 2020 (UTC)