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2-02-2008 @ 7:18PM
I like it, but it definitely could use some better editors. Far too many contributors think that they're supposed to write in the first person, or sign their contributions, or other stylistic problems that for whatever reason don't really pop up on Wikipedia. It doesn't bug me enough not to use it, but it's still kind of annoying. Overall, though, wowwiki and wowhead offer up enough information to get through almost any challenge the game gives me.
2-02-2008 @ 11:50PM
Definitely. We at WoWWiki have managed to phase out most of the signing deal, but we always need help copyediting, as well as the rest of the meta-content that keeps WoWWiki looking pretty. You're invited to come help! =)
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