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An editor of the Citizendium is a contributor whose demonstrated expertise in their field is officially recognized by the Citizendium. They play an important role in Citizendium's goal of producing reliable, high-quality content.
From the Charter:
Article 4: The Citizendium community shall recognize the special role that experts play in defining content standards in their relevant fields and in guiding content development towards reliability and quality.
Article 14: Editors are Citizens whose expertise in some field of knowledge is recognized and formally acknowledged by the community. Official recognition of expertise — obtained through education or experience — and its scope shall be based on guidelines established by the Editorial Council.
Article 15: Editors shall assure the quality of the Citizendium's approved content. They shall review and evaluate articles and shall have the right to
- approve high-quality articles that treat their topic adequately;
- resolve disputes over specific content matters when requested;
- enforce style and content guidelines as established by the Editorial Council; and
- identify for discussion incorrect or poorly presented content.
Article 22: Articles formally judged to be of high quality by editors shall be designated "approved", protected and kept permanently available.
A list of our editors may be found at Category:CZ Editors.
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