User:Charles Matthews

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Editor here since 2003. I have a volunteer position as project leader of Wikimedia UK's move into distance education based on Moodle. Also a compulsory position as great-uncle to the Cambridge University Wikipedia Society.

Double act with User:Johnbod at a Royal Society editathon

Wikisoba repository[edit]

Starting small, here is a selection of demo quizzes generated with the Wikisoba tool authored by User:Magnus Manske:

"Your paintings"[edit]

The "Your paintings" project (see Category:Wikipedia GLAM for relevant lists) seems an interesting challenge. I have done some:

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DNB candidates
Women

Grammar schools[edit]

List of English and Welsh endowed schools (19th century) is a vehicle for the early history of grammar schools, an area that keeps coming up.

Miscellany[edit]

Personal[edit]

May 2010.

To be found in Cambridge, UK. /About me for some personal details and photos from past events and years. /Interview for television work.

Main userspace areas[edit]

Stall time 2013

Meetups in Cambridge[edit]

Thursdays now past: Headway Cambridge

Systemic bias[edit]

I signed up with the 'systemic bias' project here; it still seems likely, years later, that systemic bias will be a long term issue for WP. These days I mostly interpret the commitment as going to work in any unpopular area.

WikiProject Countering systemic bias open tasks
This project creates new articles and improves neglected ones.

Mentalities[edit]

... the "official mind", dour and consistent as it generally was in each small thing, lacked a similar consistency in larger matters, (or, indeed, in attempting to generate policies applicable to a multitude of small things).[1]

Awards[edit]

See User talk:Charles Matthews/Plaudits.

Other internal links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ K. Theodore Hoppen (1998). The Mid-Victorian Generation, 1846-1886. Oxford University Press. p. 155. ISBN 978-0-19-873199-3.