User:Chris troutman

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My edits in English-Wikipedia by namespace (including their talk pages) as of 25 October 2014; approx. 28.5% of these were semi-automated
  Mainspace (41.15%)
  User (37.67%)
  Wikipedia (16.78%)
  Draft (2.61%)
  Other (1.79%)
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Experienced Editor

Military history WikiProject two-stripe award Military history WikiProject one-stripe award Military history WikiProject one-stripe award

The Signpost
19 November 2014
The Bugle
Issue CII – September 2014

Published by the Military history WikiProject

My courses as Campus Ambassador[edit]

Articles I've created[edit]

From July 2013 to October 2013 I took contract work for WikiExperts. I wrote Len Forkas and Gabe Zichermann as work product.

The Raising of Lazarus (Rembrandt) Alonzo Davis
Dragon Seed (novel) National archives
Miniscule 3686 James Brown (Elvis impersonator)
Carl A. Wiley Sylvia M. Broadbent
W. Conway Pierce Alfred M. Boyce
Harry Scott Smith John W. Olmsted

Rewrites or major contributions[edit]

Rihla Lord Kitchener Wants You
Gail Boggs Ernest C. Brace
Rudy Boesch

"I believe that when editing divisive articles, one should remember that Wikipedia is, ultimately, a website; it is not worth becoming so emotionally invested over that it spoils enjoyment of other areas of life."

SuperMarioMan in his RfA.

"Whatever Wikipedia as a community is doing, it is more of a vehicle for contributors’ self-indulgence than it is a concerted endeavour to bring free knowledge to the world."

Andreas Kolbe in an article for Wikipediocracy

What else[edit]