How are you? Here's my comment on your posting of "Is Wikipedia Losing Editors?" (http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/is_wikipedia_losing_editors.php), today.
I've found Wikipedia's defining 'openness vs. credibility of articles' inherent conflict to be limiting. To be able to add/edit a page about anything is amazing, thanks to wiki, and vis-a-vis knowledge production, too, but I haven't yet been able to add the Wikipedia-like (while presently using a Wikia wiki), World University & School (http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University), which I've been developing since 2008, due to WUaS not having yet received any press or 3rd party references (even with CA incorporation & 501 c 3 status), which WUaS is working on. I've tried a number of time. ... It's a funny wiki world :) Scott (http://scottmacleod.com/worlduniversityandschool.htm) ... And I haven't been able to contact Wikipedia in an effective way, either. And I've edited and added a number of Wikipedia entries. Openness is the way to keep editors, I believe.
Any thoughts about how to get World University and School into Wikipedia (which, if Wikipedia's protocols worked as they might intend, probably could have happened 3 years ago). Getting an entry for WUaS will open a variety of ways to develop, including fundraising-wise, in a variety of ways.
All the best,
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/08/ujung-kulon-national-park-indonesia.html - August 4, 2011)