User:evadb

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This user is currently working on
Bart King,
Philadelphian cricketers,
and the other items to the left.

About me[edit]

Who is Me?[edit]

Hi there. My name is Eva bd. My real name is Georgia Evelyn Stants. I tried to retain a secret identity for a while, but eventually it came out. I'm a teacher outside of Wikipedia, and I've been here since 2006-02-09, though I edited pages for a couple months prior to that before registering as a user, and used Wikipedia for a couple months prior to that. Welcome to my disappointing Userpage. Mostly, it is simply a way for me to keep all of my projects in order. You can see them below. I am not perfect, so if I've made a mistake and you'd like to let me know, you can click on my talk page: Eva bd. You can also do so if you just want to say hello. To learn more about me, look here. You can also take a look at what wonderful things I'm working on in my SANDBOXES (1|2|3|4) and see my picture contributions from the Wikimedia Commons at this page! Enjoy!

Places to Which I've Been[edit]

To Do List[edit]

The following are things that I am either working on or hope to get to soon. This list is certainly not complete

Heraldry and Vexillology ToDoList[edit]


Here are some heraldry and vexillology related things you can do:


Cricket ToDoList[edit]

Article assessment
Verifiability
Cleanup
Infoboxes
Cricket people
Cricket teams & countries
Images
On this day in cricket
Umpires
Women
Update
Other

Other Things ToDo[edit]

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Things I've Done[edit]

The following are things that I've done and been working on. Generally speaking, I'm pretty proud of them.

Featured Articles[edit]

The following are Featured Articles that I've contributed a great deal to, in order of my involvement:

I've also uploaded two Featured Pictures with the help of other users. They can be seen here:

Good Articles[edit]

The following are Good Articles that I've contributed a great deal to, in no particular order:

New Articles[edit]

As I've updated and written more articles for Wikipedia, some of them have been added to the Main Page in the "Did You Know" template.

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Other[edit]

Picture of the day
The Lady of the Camellias

A poster advertising an 1896 play, starring Sarah Bernhardt, based on Alexandre Dumas's 1848 novel The Lady of the Camellias. Bernhardt starred in Paris, London, and several Broadway revivals of the story, as well as a 1911 film directed by André Calmettes and Henri Pouctal. The title role of the tragic courtesan Marguerite Gautier became coveted amongst actresses, and Bernhardt coached Ida Rubinstein in it before her death.

This poster was designed by the Czech Art Nouveau painter Alphonse Mucha. Mucha had signed a six-year contract with Bernhardt in 1895, following the success of his poster for Victorien Sardou's Gismonda, in which Bernhardt starred. Mucha used pale pastel colors and frequently featured beautiful young women in flowing, vaguely Neoclassical robes in his posters; these women were often surrounded by lush flowers which sometimes formed halos behind their heads.

Poster: Alphonse Mucha; restoration: Adam Cuerden
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Awards[edit]

I've been given three wiki awards in my life, in addition to service awards. I'm still holding out for a Cricket barnstar, but that will have to wait:

For your meritorious service to DYK. Blnguyen (bananabucket) 04:02, 3 April 2007 (UTC)


A Barnstar!
The Tireless Contributor Barnstar

For your fine and systematic work on biographies of officers of arms and other heraldists. Chelseaboy 16:48, 26 April 2006 (UTC)


GA Award.png The Good Article Medal of Merit 
For significant contributions to five WP:GA articles (two of which have gone on to become WP:FA) as of today's date. Good on you! Ling.Nut 12:23, 13 June 2007 (UTC)
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"Experienced Editor, awarded for being a registered editor for at least 1.5 years and making at least 6,000 edits"
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