Aleem wrote "it takes judgment to sift through the mounds of content available to us and figure out what is really useful. That is a role we can certainly play." I agree. But you get judgment with experience, not just looking at databases. Only with judgment (and curiosity) can you figure out what's really useful. On the matter of incentives, anonymous posters can't be rewarded, and I presume that they remain anonymous because they are afraid of penalties. It's easiest, unfortunately, to continue to do what you do and keep your head down. You have to be brave to do that. With term contracts, you'll have to be really brave. And, Aleem, given the outspoken reaction in other fora to the time needed, who, exactly, is "we"?