As I stated here, false information can be spread and added anywhere on Wikianswers with a single answer. So I think here's what it should be like:
- The edit button should be replaced by an "Answer question" button
- The user will be taken to a form if they click "Answer question". The form's title is "What's your answer?"
- The user answers the question in the edit window below.
- Below, the "Publish" button should be labelled as "Submit"
The program then takes the answer, automatically signs it with four tlides, and inserts a solid line (----) below the answer so anyone disagreeing with the answer can reanswer. Here's what an answer would look like (suppose I answered the question "What's musicology?")
And a whole page of answers would be like:
Well, I disagree with MHLU, I think that musicology is when you spit in a faucet. Answerer 2 04:57, May 9, 2011 (UTC)
IDK. I think it's when you create bad music. Answerer 3 04:57, May 9, 2011 (UTC)
Its when yu eat mcDonadls' Answerer 4 04:57, May 9, 2011 (UTC)
I couldn't mention any usernames, so I just put "answerer" for the other answerers. And when this happens, you can only edit your OWN answer.
If you disagree with me, can you tell me something better than just a single answer? Because I really hate 'single answer' as a bad contributor can always modify it. AnnoyingOrangeandClassical PianoGABS 04:57, May 9, 2011 (UTC)