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While I understand this article might not meet guidelines on Wikipedia, this was created as a place as a request of several users of the site, maybe in hopes of providing an unbiased view of the site's services.
That's not the mission of Wikipedia though. "Doesn't meet the guidelines" says it all. If it's that important a topic that it needs external unbiased info, surely there's some reliable source upon which the WP article can base itself? Otherwise you're just writing your own essay, and someone else could claim that it is a biased view too. DMacks (talk) 20:35, 3 December 2008 (UTC)
Looking at the article itself (which I probably should have done before writing about it:/, I'm declining the speedy-deletion request. While the article content doesn't really assert much notable, the cited refs are key for me. There appear to be several reliable sources that have in-depth stories specifically about this site. That itself makes the topic notable. DMacks (talk) 20:40, 3 December 2008 (UTC)