وڪيپيڊيا requires a certain amount of administration in order to further the project's goals. To achieve this, a wide range of administration pages are made available in various namespaces (see also below) which enumerate the various policies created and implemented by user consensus for editing Wikipedia. Of course, this process is not generally automated, and live human administrators are necessary to ensure that the editing of project pages, whether administration pages or project content pages, happens peacefully and in accordance with the policies generally, and very loosely, governing the creation and editing of all project pages. Pursuant to the Five Pillars of Wikipedia, the "government" of Wikipedia does not occur according to firm rules, but policies and guidelines do exist that are used to decide editing disputes, when necessary. However, unlike the Wikipedia articles themselves, the Wikipedia administration pages are used to assist the building of content and should be seen to be mutually exclusive of the content pages, except for cases where a linkage is required. In other words, the administration pages should be in the background and not visible to the reader.