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|Vol. 1, No. 1 -- 1 / 1 / 2008
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We begin our first issue in 2008; Citizendium has reached almost five thousand articles, a license having been chosen (see press release here), and because more is planned as a part of the project's advancement it feels appropriate to begin the recap project now. You can access the news at any time from CZ:Citizen or CZ:CZ!
|CZ:Topics in the News
- The Core Article Initiative: a massive list developed in order to shift article creation focus to developing the most popular-referenced articles
- Eduzendium: A program created to pair graduate programs and seminars with CZ in order to create high-quality entries!
- An article-writing "kegger" that proved extremely popular and successful! It even spawned a sister initiative, known as the The Geogra-thon!
- The Draft of the Week and Article of the Week: both samplings of not only articles that have great beginnings but that are also well developed.
- The Subpages initiative was created in order to provide a better organization of everything related to a particular article topic; Programming by Chris Day
- Exhaustive documentation initiative for both templates and extensions, to create an easy reference guide for the user base. Stop by and see some extensions you might not know we already have
- A proposed workgroup for the technical team, to collate wiki developments into a central location
Robert W King 09:58, 31 December 2007 (CST)