User:Bardsandwarriors

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The best POV is the one with no P, which includes all Ps held by other people.
Wikipedia has the potential to be the greatest information resource on the planet.

45 male Mid-Wales.

I am a Structurist; that is, I like organising information. In doing so, I learn lots and lots of stuff, really really quickly. In doing so, Wikipedia becomes easier and simpler to use, encouraging yet more good stuff from everyone else.

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Current tasks...[edit]


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WikiProject Wales.
16:23, 28 January 2007 (UTC)


Welsh Wikipedians' notice board 18:05, 28 January 2007 (UTC)

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WikiProject Architecture
10:46, 7 April 2007 (UTC)


Handdy lynks[edit]


Thinggs i rote[edit]

(break 2007-2009 caused mainly by Life)

Thinggs i editted a lot[edit]

(break 2007-2009 caused mainly by Life)

  • Xena: Warrior Princess, restructured, cleaned up, wrote re. mythos, genre, etc. Trying to get C or B class. 6 Feb 2010
    • Yay, I looked mid Jan 2011 and found it promoted to C class. My usual failings are criticised - too much unverified original research in one of the main sections, which I rewrote ("Setting"). I accept this however, as I can't be arsed to sift through books for references when I know what I wrote is mostly accurate. c'est la vie ;) Other people can use what I've done to find references, and work it up.
  • category:Musical instruments, esp Brass. Moved stuff around to organise it 6 Feb 2010
  • Brass band (British style), edited for style & grammar, 21 Sept 2010
  • Category:Geography of Powys, created & populated child cats with ~300 articles, 9 Jan 2011
  • Architectural style, list extended (150 > 375), styles dated + classified with header intros, 27-29 Mar 2011
    • Intro completely rewritten and extended, Feb 2012