I do not create profiles 'for the sake of some contest or other', however, I do create profiles so as to help build our one-world tree; and they may or may not be recently deceased. There is seldom a day goes by in which I have not created a dozen or more profiles, often many more. But, the difference is that I am not interested in working on profiles in which I cannot attempt to connect to the tree. There are times when I have added more than 100 profiles yet failed to make the connection. One necessity in my view is that I can readily identify parents, and that is almost impossible if the deceased person was young. And, yes, I orphan many soon afterwards. I do not abandon the person, but orphan the profile. I never owned the profile, simply created it. However, I am not interested in what disease somebody had died of. We all must die of something (sorry if that sounds callous, it is not intended to be so). So, whose profiles do I add? I have recently ensured that every Australian Victoria Cross recipient is on WikiTree, every Australian Army general, all 65 nurses who were aboard the Vyner Brooke in the Second World War, all those hundreds of New South Welshmen who went to the 1885 Sudan Campaign, convicts, explorers, influential Christians, authors, etc. And try to connect them. Somewhere, in there I spend a brief moment on my own extensive family. Should there be a moratorium time after one's decease before being added to WikiTree? No. But if we're trying to honour the person, then seek to connect him or her. And an obit or fag listing is but a secondary source at the very best.