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es-1Este usuario puede contribuir con un nivel básico de español.
ga-0Níl Gaeilge ag an úsáideoir seo, nó is beag atá sí aige.
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That's right, there's almost nothing here. Certainly no fanciful embellishments or blaringly ridiculous pseudo-aggrandizations. This isn't some fucker's ego dump. Okay, so it does have a:


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Projects on the Wikipedia:[edit]

  • This is more of a concept than something I am actually working. While reading an article about a game it occurred to me that a Category for video games accessible to “handicapped” people — in this case, those color blind — would be a good idea. This would include both such games that do not require perception of all colors and such that have options to allow those with color blindness to play properly. Is this useful?
  • Honestly, I mostly do minor edits on Wikipedia.
  • Notes

Johann Joachim Winckelmann (Angelika Kaufmann).jpgThis user employs a more formal style of writing in articles than in talk pages.
you oneThis user knows that one should not use "you" in encyclopedia articles or other formal works.
byThis user has no opinion about the passive voice.
Regarding gender, this user will use the vernacular, not what is politically correct.
theyThis user considers singular they standard, modern, informal English usage, so avoids it on Wikipedia.
snukThis user says snuck.
to¦goThis user chooses to sometimes use split infinitives.
since This user dislikes the use of since to mean because.
Latin Plurals: "Data is are..." This user uses "data", "media", "memoranda", "criteria", and "agenda" as the plurals of "datum", "medium", "memorandum", "criterion", and "agendum".
;This user is addicted to semicolons; he uses them frequently.
(s)he This user supports parallel usage.
which & thatThis user knows how to use which and that correctly.
if & whetherThis user knows how to use "if" and "whether" correctly.
less & fewerThis user understands the difference between less & fewer.
This user understands the difference between using "than" and "then."
“,;:’This user is a punctuation stickler.
.  TheThis user puts two spaces after a period.
,This user fixes comma-splices; they are annoying.
A, B, and
A and B
This user uses the serial comma unless its inclusion is confusing.
itsThis user understands the difference between its (of it) and it's (it is or it has).
US vs. UK
This user uses "logical quotation marks". Forcing internal punctuation leads to factual errors. It's not a nationalistic style issue!
()—, This user enjoys the nuances of syntactical distinction among commas, parentheses, and em dashes; the user also enjoys occasionally thoroughly exploiting that with literary constructs — even if some are daunted by it.

Despite her better judgment, she replied to the dwarf with a “Yes” — meaning ‘no’ (as was customary), — and then awaited his reaction.
ANAL 4This user advocates good grammar usage.
Pickyness PickinessThis user changes the adjective ending "y" to "i" to form nouns with "-ness".
USage declineThis user uses American English, but is appalled at its rapid and continuing deterioration.

AIM-AbleThis user understands AIM talk perfectly well, but does not seriously use it. Ever.
śṣThis user believes that Indic languages should be properly transliterated.
Majority ≠ right This user recognizes that even if 300,000,000 people make the same mistake, it's still a mistake.