I am the free will editor for philpapers. So far I have resisted using my powers for evil (say, deciding that compatibilism isn't a theory about free will at all). Instead, I have been conscientiously trying to categorize papers in ways that are useful. The category system isn't very fine-grained (it seems to me that the addition of the consequence argument as a subcategory of libertarianism is a crying need), but it is what we have at the moment. Now I need your help. As I have confessed elsewhere, I am pretty ignorant of the state of the debate prior to about 1970. Since earlier papers lack abstracts, and often take forever to get to the point (when they get there at all), this makes categorization of these papers rather difficult. That's where you, oh so cultured readers, come in. Either in comments here, or directly on the site, I would like your categorical input. To take a random example, who was Patrick Proctor Alexander and where does he go? If anyone prefers to avoid searching the site, I can put up lists of some of the (roughly 250) papers that need classification.