Articles are dynamic living documents. Anyone can submit revisions to an article, but the revisions are moderated by the curator. A curator can resign or be removed if they are not keeping up with edits. The person who has contributed the most edits to the article is then offered the curatorship.
Right now Scholarpedia concentrates on covering a few academic topics (Neuroscience, Mathematics, Computer Science) deeply rather than all things shallowly. Do you think this kind of hybrid Wiki will be able to expand into a general Wikipedia/Citizendium like knowledge base, and if so would you trust it more?"