I have noticed some discussion (I can't remember where) on the philosophy of a Wiki; this concerned credited or anonymous articles. For a Wiki to work it is essential that it is strictly limited to factual information presented in a encyclopedic style. This means, amongst other things: Anonymous articles: Because articles can and should be edited by a number of people, attributing authorship is neither practical nor useful. As a consequence, articles must be impersonal articles with no use of personal pronouns. No emotive text: Articles cannot be emotive. For example, in "Switching" there are phrases such as "self proclaimed experts," and "certain so-called experts". Such may occur in a message board thread, but they have no place at all in a Wiki.