I've been a Wikimedian since 2005. See my enwiki userpage, User:Quiddity, for details about me, links that I regularly use, and most of my volunteer contributions. I prefer to use the pseudonym "Quiddity" throughout, as a single name is easier for everyone to follow, plus it's good to promote a culture of acceptance for pseudonymity (as cover for those who need it).
I live in Canada, and am interested in anything related to words, felines, connections, documentation, and design.
- local /sandbox • /sandbox2 • /sandbox3
- Global.js/.css · local .js/.css
- Watchlists: metawiki · mediawikiwiki · commons · wikidata · enwiki · wikitech · beta cluster · testwiki
- (and so many more...)
- Linkhubs / disambigs / essays / notes
- mw:Accessibility and usability cleanup
- Hubs and docs
- mw:Just make it a user preference
- mw:Voice assistants and Wikimedia
- mw:Naming things
- search tips
Background: After 8 years of volunteering, I was hired by the Foundation in September 2013. From then until now I have been working as a Community Relations Specialists, helping to ensure open lines of communication between our editing community and the developers, and surfacing issues that are important to our editors. (Essentially, that means I tried to read everything (twice), to point the staff and the communities towards documentation or discussions that need attention and input, to investigate problems, and to compile potential solutions).
I have previously worked: with the Collaboration team (on Notifications and Flow); on Hovercards; with Community Tech on the Community Wishlists; on Movement Strategy phase 1; with Hackathon organizers; with the Wikimedia Cloud Services team on documentation and comms; with the Reading Web team on the Desktop Improvements project; with the Advancement dept on documentation and comms; and on various other endeavours and side-projects.
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