Yes I did, did you? I believe the project is ultimately for profit.
Profit does not equal evil. To the contrary, it is the great equalizer. It is the incentive for excellence. Remove the profit motive and you get....hmmmm let's see...something like government bureaucracy.
My point was that human editing will not improve search. Google, Yahoo, etal at least has an algo that is based on a consistent set of objective parameters. It is a given that this is not search utopia without flaws here and there. However, enter the human element and there is inconsistency and subjective bias from one extreme to the other.