It's great to see that people share the same concerns. A coworker just returned from the Computers in Libraries conference and pointed out a wiki devoted to primary source material called Archivopedia: http://archivopedia.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page. From my hasty glance, it seems like theyr'e just beginning to come up with a way of formatting EAD for wiki presentation. As far as user-generated content, my main thought was that users would add greater detail to what the institution puts up. For a few of our (paper) finding aids, users have provided us with detailed listings which we've been able to incorporate. So I see providing user access gives us a chance to take advantage of their knowledge. And of course, anything is reversible if we disagree with the changes. It also provides a much simpler way of correcting errors. Bob Kosovsky, Ph.D., Curator, Rare Books and Manuscripts Music Division -- The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts *** blog: http://www.nypl.org/blog/bob-kosovsky *** Listowner: OPERA-L ; SMT-TALK ; SMT-ANNOUNCE ; SoundForge-users My opinions do not necessarily represent those of my institutions.