Keep in mind, Wikipedia Review is a legal entity, and as such, it really belongs in MyWikiBiz Directory space. All users who have grabbed Directory space and are "squatting" on it need to remember -- they are merely "occupying" those Directory pages until the day the actual owner contacts MyWikiBiz's management. At that moment, a sysop will transfer access privileges to the rightful owner, which will lock out the previous user's access rights.
In this article's case, I am going to let it stay for a while in Main space to see if additional authors wish to collaboratively edit the page. But if it appears that no additional collaborators are seriously adding to the content, I'll move it to Directory space, where it will be protected to the original author's control, or to the rightful owner or agent of Wikipedia Review (especially should that request come first). -- MyWikiBiz 06:01, 13 October 2008 (PDT)
- Given that Selina is the recognized owner-operator of W-R, she would presumably be the party entitled to manage (or delegate her designated agent to manage) this article. How would you vet her identity to ensure that some "pretender" did not seek to impersonate her and thereby usurp control of this article? —Moulton 06:08, 13 October 2008 (PDT)
- I would simply have to take a reasonable measure, such as requesting that she post a message to that effect from her WR account onto WR. -- MyWikiBiz 07:17, 13 October 2008 (PDT)
- That should be pointing/re-directing to Directory:Wikipedia, which I've just tweaked to not display the plain, non-Directory title (misleading to readers). Same policy as everything else... if Sue Gardner or one of her designated agents requests "ownership" of that page here, it's theirs to protect and own. -- MyWikiBiz 09:45, 13 October 2008 (PDT)