You have an article in you the best article you can write, introducing some subject. Maybe no one could write a better article on that subject; or maybe you're just very passionate about it.
The Citizendium is a wiki with unsigned, collaborative articles. That won't change. But What's Your Article? gives you the opportunity to take exclusive credit for your one best article. Your name goes on it, prominently, at the top of the page. And only you can edit it. It is your work; it represents what you can do, and what you're passionate about. It doesn't matter if someone else has written on your topic. This is your take on the subject.
But you can only write one article for this program. That is a firm rule. So make it your best. Everyone's best will be collected together in one place right here. How well will your article stack up against the others?
In time, as we get more and more editors on board, they will select the best of these articles to link to as "Signed Articles." This means your work might be held up as reference material and an official part of the Citizendium.
What kind of article
The article should be an introduction to a topic. While it need not be an encyclopedia article, it should be expository and not argumentative. In other words, it should be written to inform, not to persuade. But, unlike collaborative, unsigned Citizendium articles, it can be written from your unique point of view. It is an informative article, but it can reflect your view. of course, we prefer something objective.