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December 21st, 2012, 19:29
I did Wikipedia for many years; close to a decade. Had lots of GA'd and FA'd articles. Then I finally had enough of a few particularly dickish editors, so I called it quits. Never been back. These days I prefer Project Gutenberg (and Distributed Proofreaders). It's much more structured and your contributions last just about forever, unlike Wikipedia where any fool can insert random, useless information on even the best edited page. Wikipedia is just a big time sink; my advice is not to bother.
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