I’m working on a project this year to build a competitive programming FAQ. This is one in a series of articles describing the research, writing, and tool creation process. To read the whole series, see my CPFAQ category page.
Every website that gets its content from its users has to deal with the problem of quality control. It’s not enough just to ask people to write words and publish everything you get. With that approach, low-quality garbage easily overwhelms useful writing. The most successful websites in this space have come up with unique ways to ensure that their content is worth reading.