Wikipedia: Meet the men and women who write the articles.. Research these people?
Now in its 11th year, Wikipedia is one of the most popular sites on the internet and has revolutionised the way humans across the world access information.
The system of sites holds 22 million articles in 282 languages. Individual language Wikipedias range in size from four million articles for English down to Fijian, Chamorro, Akan, Xhosa and others with fewer than 150.
The pages are written and maintained by a force of 85,000 volunteers across the world, and hundreds of the most die-hard Wikipedians gathered in Washington DC this week for the annual Wikimania conference.
So just who are the people who keep the site up and running, making sure internet users across the world have some place to settle bar bets, research final papers, or pass the time when bored at work?
Continue here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-18833763
these are just normal stooges..to try and paint a picture of just everyday people helping wikipedia..but we know better..the editing is vital to prolonging a lie and a myth..and i want the names of those guys and girls..not these ones..