This is the user page of Nathan McKnight. Please do not edit it without his consent.
Once I was an avid editor of Wikipedia, but the long-lasting deletionist craze drove me away, as it has driven away other dedicated Wikipedians, and doubtless scared off many would-be Wikipedians. I maintain this profile as a commemoration of the time when Wikipedia was a growing, constructive environment for the cataloguing of all the world's knowledge, and as a protest against the arbitrary culling of that knowledge that seems to be the current fad. If you've submitted WP:PROD's without researching the sources and attempting to improve them yourself, if you've engaged in reflexive copyright-extremism, or made ill-defined demands for "sufficient" coverage to establish notability...you're part of the problem. Please consider becoming more constructive and less destructive. If you aren't familiar with Wikipedia's deletion polices, please see WP:ATD
My stats... My edit counts as tracked by Soxred93's counter (as of 3/16/2010): First edit: Jun 10, 2006 02:10:28 | Unique articles edited: 804 | Average edits per page: 5.32 | Total edits (including deleted): 4,275 | Deleted edits: 157 | Live edits: 4,118
Citizen-Editable Law Wiki
This would be a far-ranging project by which all people are invited to take part in the drafting of a legal framework online via the wiki process. The bills so written would then be introduced into various legislative bodies with the aim of establishing citizen-written, participatory law in all corners of the world.