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The current Approval Manager is Joe Quick.  For non-approvals-related questions or discussion please refer to his personal account: [[User:Joe Quick]].
 
The current Approval Manager is Joe Quick.  For non-approvals-related questions or discussion please refer to his personal account: [[User:Joe Quick]].
 
==Priorities in Economics, Politics and History==
 
I should be inclined to give first priorities to articles that serve as portals to others. At the basic level they would, of course,  be [[Economics]], [[Politics]] and [[History]]. Equally important are some higher-level portals such as [[Financial system]], [[Great Recession]], [[Fiscal policy]] and [[Europe]].  If topicality is considered important, you might consider [[Eurozone crisis]] and [[Arab Spring]]. [[User:Nick Gardner|Nick Gardner]] 14:57, 16 August 2011 (UTC)
 
  
  
 
Interested in workgroup statistics?  See [[User:Approvals_Manager/How_does_your_workgroup_measure_up%3F|here]].
 
Interested in workgroup statistics?  See [[User:Approvals_Manager/How_does_your_workgroup_measure_up%3F|here]].

Revision as of 14:59, 16 August 2011

The Citizendium Approval Manager assists editors with moving articles toward approval and coordinates approval related activities on the wiki.

The current Approval Manager is Joe Quick. For non-approvals-related questions or discussion please refer to his personal account: User:Joe Quick.


Interested in workgroup statistics? See here.