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Of the various policies and guidelines in Wikipedia, I have read the following:
citing sources¤, edit summary legend, featured articles, featured article criteria, how to edit a page, manual of style¤, sandbox¤
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My account was created in April, 2007 and my first edit was in May of the year.
For editing classical music-related articles, the following sites might be helpful.
I was interested in reading items in the following categories:
The articles that interests me but that I have not edited are as follows:
Carnivore (software), Cinema 4D, comparison of open source operating systems, conscription, copyleft, cotton swab, Devils Thumb, education in France, emo, Etude Op. 8 No. 12 (Scriabin), Forme of Cury, free software, freeware, Good Will Hunting, GQ, Ibex, IceWM, Interstate 60, left-wing politics, Lowe Alpine, Kenyon and Knott, list of distributed computing projects, Lucerne, LXDE, military, Monte Carlo, Most Valuable Player, nLite and vLite, Olive branch, Orion (constellation), right-wing politics, sadomasochism, Serse, Shangri-La, Society of Authors, Wake Me Up When September Ends, western canon, Zombie
Matthew Barney, Pina Bausch, Peter Cornelius (musician), Denis Diderot, Marlene Dietrich, Gustave Doré, Émile Durkheim, Milton Glaser, Monique Haas, Werner Haas (pianist), Lars Hertervig, Myra Hess, Albert O. Hirschman, Friedrich Hollaender, Kevin Kern, Milan Kundera, Stephen LaBerge, Shinzo Maeda, Passi, J. D. Salinger, Barry Schwartz, Robert C. Solomon, Philippe Starck, John Tavener, Paul Taylor, Robert Wilson (director), Irvin D. Yalom