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I have been editing quite a few pages so far, but not sure whether it is permitted to enhance others' articles. I am assuming that it is OK to enhance, add content to, or correct others' pages, so far in the spirit of a Wiki...
So I would like to be certain that either I have been given that privilege or that it is OK for anybody to edit anybody's articles (by which I mean, major edits).
Anyone can edit a wiki. The main responsibilities of staff editors on this wiki will be to guide contributors, approve changes to existing articles/stubs, proofread and approve new submissions. At least, that is my understanding from Eric's welcome message when I joined the project as an editor.
If this wiki grows as we hope, there will be much work generated for all the staff and community. You've contributed quite a bit already. Please, if you feel that you can fill a need as a staff member, volunteer by sending an email request to the address at the end of THIS article.