Your vote/opinion is needed: On the wiki and list of ex-scientologists I started up a thread recently that brought some renewed attention to RightOn's list of ex-scientologists who have spoken out. The response was great, and the renewed interest bumped up the confirmed list to somewhere around 400 names. There are still an estimated 50 or so names which have yet to be confirmed which must be added to the list. Since the inception of the wiki, there's been a bit of disagreement about how the list should be managed. RightOn has been doing a superb job of adding and verifying names, but some others wanted to help out, so they created a wiki page. Some of the proponents of having RightOn continue to update the list argue that the wiki page will become unreliable, while proponents of the wiki approach say that the hive can manage itself. Others still think that a hybrid "just update both" approach might work. Personally, I think that it is simply not realistic or practical to have both open to be edited at the same time, because it is simply too much hassle to keep one synchronized to the other due to formatting differences et al. It should also be mentioned that if the wiki approach (OPTION 2) is taken, the thread would remain open for input, the only difference being that the OP would link to the wiki. RightOn has been quite clear that he does not wish to leaderfag here, we're just trying to figure out the best solution. What do you think? Should RightOn continue to maintain the list as he has been, or should the community manage it directly on the wiki?