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I would also support not including any except the top one or two in the field of each CZ articleit would save quite a lot of work!

Some fields have all of them added as stubs in WP, some don At first, I was surprised to see them in WP, because in general how much could be added to what is on the publisher site, and they are all very easy to find with a web browserThe practice in WP is that thumbnails of the cover are fair use, I think the same would apply here.

we can add their status re Open access, but we would have to check every 6 months.

I suggest eliminating the indexed in: from all of themconcentration on that seems a little oldfashioned. Obviously all biomed journals are in PubMed, chem in CAS, etc.

I suggest eliminating an historical list of all the editors,except the first and any famous ones thereafter.

I similarly suggest not including all the current editorial board.

WP doesn do this but we can find the most cited articles with WebofScience, which won be available to all our readers.

Everything we do here in sciences is likely to be a precedent. There only 1 editor in the Media group so far, and only 3 in library science, so I am not sure how much help we get. I going to cc. this part to the relevant groups, and see what all the sciences people want to do.