Wikidot is an English, web-based, free-content verified encyclopedia; based on a model where only verified editors (with verified identity) can edit the pages. It was created to eliminate the flaws of Wikipedia where admins and editors can make a decision without expertise or verified knowledge on a particular topic or field. The Wikipedia editors approve or reject any edit, any page based on their perception that is often not verified and disguise the users.
Wikidot is written by editors, who have notability in their field or topic and can write with or without pay. The goal of Wikidot is to avoid or minimize the disruption or vandalism.
At Wikidot, people of all ages can propose the content, but can’t edit it directly until a verified and authentic editor does not approve or validate it. The edits on the Wikidot ensures that edits are continuous and result of cumulative improvements by the editors.
Unlike Wikipedia, we truly believe in neutrality, unbiased and not supreme power in a few hands without a valid degree or verifiability in the field. We strongly reject all kinds of misinformation and vandalism and all edits go live only once a Wikidot verified editor approves it.