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- I would fit in the interested observer category. I'm inclined to think citizendium had potential, but one cannot make it harder to introduce errors without also making it harder to fix them. It seems that making it easy to fix errors is more important than making it difficult to introduce errors. I'm a classics major at University of Windsor, so I plan to dig through and see where I can help:) --Wackyvorlon (talk) 06:49, 17 March 2012 (UTC)