Guys, maybe we shouldn't follow the rules so blindly (and not that I don't get pissed about lousy grammar and spelling often, since I also edit and write).
Let me just share one thing with you: French, as a language, has an actual board of people that decide on whether a word should enter the dictionary.
English, on the other hand, is a different story alltogether. If Robert De Niro or Kevin Spacey use a word more then two times - then BAM, it goes straight in! (Chow is the best prototype, look it up)
Furthermore, that's what makes English the most probable universal language (and trust me I went to college for that) - versatility. So let's not pick hairs when it comes to making up words
However, we do, and will, try our best to correct spelling mistakes, but we'd hate to see you guys get angry if we miss a couple. When you try to speak and write a foreign language you'll probably understand what kind of frustrations we're going trough on a daily basis - sometimes you just can't find the right way to say something like you would on your native language so you just try to get the information trough in any way possible.
Nedim Hadzic, CJ