What do you want to know ?
- wiki fan
- robot enthusiast
- learning Español (Spanish)
- interested in computer architecture
- interested in the Wikipedia:WikiNode network
- learning the Java programming language
- Visual Wiki http://visual.wiki.taoriver.net/
- Mad Scientist wiki http://communitywiki.org/odd/MadScientist/DangerSign
- pretty good at the C programming language
- pretty good at Deutsch (German) --> English translation
- ... anything else I should say ?
Often I feel a page is too long (Wikipedia:Page size) or too complicated.
I try to update the parallel http://simple.wikipedia.org/ page with a simpler explanation, often failing miserably.
I am more successful at reducing size. "What!", you may exclaim, "you not only delete stuff, but then you brag about it on your user page ?!". Not exactly. I (try to) follow the Wikipedia:Refactoring guidelines. I *move* blocks of text -- from one article or talk page, to a more relevant article or talk page. (I try to leave behind a link to the new location so people won't think I'm randomly deleting stuff). Occasionally I create a new article specifically about one large section of the old article.
I wish more people refactored. I find it annoying when much of the text of some long article or talk page is yet another re-hash of something already thoroughly examined on several other pages.
I created the page low-power --DavidCary 11:04, 30 Jul 2004 (UTC)
I created the page barrel processor -- DavidCary 01:29, 14 Dec 2004 (UTC)
I created the page Universal code 2005-01-04. --DavidCary 10:16, 4 Jan 2005 (UTC)
I created the page reconstruction filter --DavidCary 03:31, 12 May 2005 (UTC)
The article on prefix code was only a tiny stub until I filled it out on 14 August 2005.
The article on vector graphics markup language seems to have been accidentally created. I created the first rough draft. --DavidCary 17:36, 8 October 2005 (UTC)
I created the article clocked sequential system. --DavidCary 01:12, 11 November 2005 (UTC)
I created the article AFSR. --DavidCary 19:15, 7 January 2006 (UTC)
I created the article n-dimensional. --DavidCary 05:51, 21 January 2006 (UTC)