Hello everyone, recently I had been thinking about how to encourage readers to contribute more of their knowledge to the wiki and among the thoughts I had was the idea, instead of focusing on the largest detract of editors (Described on the main page poll as 'No time'), we instead focus on how to solve the second two biggest detracts, both of which are things that I believe we can help. These are 'Lack of motivation' and 'Editing is too complicated'. It seems to me that it is possible that these two problems could go hand in hand, readers may lose motivation to contribute if they believe that they don't understand how to do so. Now, fiddling with the edit controls is not something we are allowed to do, but perhaps it is not the editing that people feel is too complicated. I have tried in the past to simplify our policies and citation rules in an effort to make them not look quite so intimidating, but I propose that we take it one step further. I am proposing the creation of a new project page, titled 'Recommended Reading', that has a list of all the websites, books, magazines, interviews, etc. that our editing team has used in the past and continues to use in the future. The content of this list will be generally voted upon as being reliable and good for use on the wiki. I have brought this idea forward here in the council forums because I wanted to see community feedback to it and collect some sample resources to be posted in the list. So if anyone has a good source they use often and would like to help new users start creating content quickly, please post it below.