Hey, I'm first! Nice one. I see you've been around a while but no one has talked to you ;-) Thanks for the comment on South Bank. Here's my view on leaving a comment on the article.
Articles are works in progress, not finished pieces. Some are a lot more finished than others. Now, say a user sees my question about the caption and is annoyed, and thinks "that shouldn't be in an encyclopaedia". Well, that user can fix it! He or she can decide, yes, it is a caption but a poor one and this would be better; or no, it should never have been there and I'll remove it.
Articles actually quite often outline questions and future work. You're right. It could all go on the talk page. But sometimes it's just more enticing for the reader to be beckoned in: "Contribute. Fix it."
That's my view. YMMV, of course.Dr Zen 11:33, 6 Jan 2005 (UTC)
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