In the world of fake encyclopedias, there has always been one great rivalry: useless users vs. users who do way too much for the wiki. Each have pursued their goal of being great, hopeless people by different methods. The useless by puttering around, complaining, vandalising each other's userpages, voting on things, and never getting any real work done; those who do way too much for the wiki through "writing", "coding," communicating, and actually doing stuff whilst having absolutely no life. Up until now the great duel has been carried out amidst the chaos of the internet, where every page is in flux, and people can't spel wurth a dam. Both groups have remained completely disorganised... until now.
In an ambitious move, those seeking to do way too much for the wiki have taken the step of actually trying to ensure that a core of quality articles are categorised along with every other article on the site; an organisational tactic that may even spread to the rest of what they do. They've already posted a list of the articles they intend to categorise here, publicly. That was their first mistake. Because I say, "anything they can do, we ruin utterly!"
(Above stolen from UN:VITAL)