I believe that the best way of achieving NPOV is through acceptance of POV. That is to say, if someone openly declares their POV then the reasoning behind their edits becomes more obvious, making it easier to reach consensus. I think The German Solution for userboxes, endorsed by Jimbo, is the way to go, so feel free to use any of the userboxes I have created on the above link. I am proud of my POV and openly declare it, and I think others should be too. However, I strongly oppose POV user categorisation, which can result in the railroading of votes and or edit wars.
London is, IMHO, the greatest city in the world, and it is for this reason that I created the London Portal back in 2005. It is now a featured portal, and for a long period was run almost entirely run by me. Thankfully that has now changed thanks to some keen newbies, but if you love London half as much as me, try to get involved with some simple things like voting for:
I have an intense dislike of the Americanisation in general, and on Wikipedia in articles to do with British things, especially bands and songs and sports teams. This includes, but is not limited to: dates, spelling, commas, the use of the singular instead of the plural for bands/teams, and general grammar.
I like new ideas. Evolution occurs through new ideas, and a wiki is the ideal breeding ground for new ideas.