Preservapedia:What Preservapedia is not
Preservapedia is an open knowledge base and specialized encyclopedia and, as a means to that end, it is an online community of people interested in building a high-quality resource in a spirit of mutual respect. Therefore, there are certain things that Preservapedia is not.
 Preservapedia is not Wikipedia
While similar in function to Wikipedia, Preservapedia is focused specifically on information related to the professional practice of cultural resource managment. The information presented on Preservapedia should never mirror or duplicate that contained in general encyclopedias such as Wikipedia. Articles that may be of broad public interest (such as an article on the history of the Statue of Liberty) should be placed somewhere else (we recommend Wikipedia for this). However, Preservapedia does accept articles which are specifically relevant to the professional practice of cultural resource management (such as an article on the conservation of the copper sheets that make up the Statue of Liberty).
 Preservapedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information
As explained in the policy introduction, merely being true, or even verifiable, does not automatically make something suitable for inclusion in Preservapedia. Preservapedia articles should not be:
- copy/pasted from other Wikis or sources
 Preservapedia is not a soapbox or means of promotion
Preservapedia is not a soapbox, a battleground, or a vehicle for propaganda and advertising. This applies to articles, categories, templates, talk page discussions, and user pages.