|This policy from Wikipedia is so good, we use it. Click here to see the original.
They're doing pretty well, maybe we can learn a thing or two...
|This page documents an EndMyopia Wiki policy.|
|This page in a nutshell: No one "owns" content (including articles or any page on this wiki). If you create or edit an article, others can make changes, and you cannot prevent them from doing so. In addition, you should not undo their edits without good reason. Disagreements should be calmly resolved, starting with a discussion on the article talk page.|
All wiki content—articles, categories, templates, and other types of pages—is edited collaboratively. No one, no matter how skilled, or how high-standing in the community, has the right to act as though they are the owner of a particular page. Also, a person or an organization that is the subject of an article does not own the article, and has no right to dictate what the article may say.
Some contributors may feel possessive about material they have contributed to the wiki. A few editors will even defend such material against others. It is quite reasonable to take an interest in an article on a topic you care about—perhaps you are an expert, or perhaps it is just your hobby; however, if this watchfulness starts to become possessiveness, then you are overdoing it.