<div>Sorry to intrude myslf like this in the conversation.</div>
<div>First of all, let me present myself: My name is Andrea Sassanelli, and I'm Italian. I have just started studying Haskell at the UoEdinburgh this year, and immediatelly fell in love with it.</div>
<div>On a sidenote, the wikipedia does rely on moderators who review the changes, but common users are able to undo changes as well, and can therefore bring a maliciously messed up page back to it's origiinal state. Basically MediaWiki/WikiPedia rely on the assumption that there are more good folk than bad folk, and this (IMHO) should be even more true in the case of a relatvelly "medium/small-scale" thing like the Haskell Documentation (small compared to a whole encyclopedia, i mean).
<div>Open documentation like this is definitelly a good idea to make the language docs not only more accessible, but also more user-friendly, and would surely give a positive image to the community as a whole.<br> </div>
<div>I unfortunatelly am not suted (?yet?) to work on any usefull documentation, as I am a novice, but I think the system would work.</div>