Some hints, policies, and processes are more important than others. If we had to pick the most important, what would they be?
- Be bold, but behave professionally. Before making substantial deletions or substitutions to existing articles, give reasoning on the talk page.
- We employ a Neutrality Policy. This requires that we include all significant viewpoints on a subject fairly and objectively.
- Link words and phrases (by surrounding the phrases with left and right double brackets: [[ ]]) where, and only where, the links are relevant to the point being made in a sentence, and where following a link will shed important light on the subject of the article.
- Make sure the "Content is from Wikipedia?" box, just above "Save page", is checked if the material originated on Wikipedia.
- Project discussion happens on the Citizendium Forums.; article discussion on the article's talk page, and on the appropriate mailing list.
- No advertisement; no self-promotion.
- No plagiarism, no copyright violation.