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Conflict of Interest Disclosure
Due to some questions about conflict of interest issues with a document I helped author and publish, it seems appropriate that I disclose my connection and role vis-à-vis The CR FAQ. This information includes both the web document as well as the printed/dead tree version. I am one of the co-owners of the domain paganachd.com. The domain hosts The CR FAQ and related articles. This is not a commercial or even non-profit enterprise. There are no ads on the web site but there is a link to buy the printed version of the CR FAQ. All profits from sales the printed version are donated to An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach for Gaelic language preservation. The sole purpose of the web domain is to provide access to the collaboratively created document known as The CR FAQ and directly related articles. I believe The CR FAQ is a salientsecondary source document. I am also co-editor and co-publisher of the print version of the document, titled The CR FAQ - An Introduction to Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism. I mistakenly used the web site as a source in the Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism article before being clear on the COI problems of my actions. If you have any questions regarding my relationship to the domain and document, please ask me here on my talk page. (Note: I'm deliberately not using external links to the site or book to avoid using Wikipedia to drive traffic to them.)
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