# User:Mátyás

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## Greetings!

Hello and Welcome! This is Wikipedia, or more precisely, this here is my user page, where you can read all about me, your humble fellow editor. I sincerely hope you find some information here that is of actual use to you.

I am a rather absent user of Wikipedia, and when I'm not absent, I'm usually too lazy to do actual hard work. I usually only edit articles as I read them - you could say I'm a critical and helpful reader. You can try to reach me on my talk page, but probably you'll have better luck with just sending me an e-mail: gyuraki87@stcable.net

My sister: User:Asarolt

Gyuráki Mihály
Born 28 May 1987 (age 26)
Residence Temerin, Vojvodina, Serbia
Ethnicity Hungarian
Citizenship Serbia
Education currently studying physics at university
Alma mater Svetozar Marković Gymnasium
Occupation Student
Religion Agnostic atheism[2]
Relatives user:Asarolt (sister)

### Name

I am Mátyás, one of the many, many humble editors of this grand encyclopaedia that would deserve far better editors than myself. I chose this screen name here for but one reason: it was available. Also, it's short and has special characters, so to log in as me, one must be acquainted with the Hungarian language and its alphabet to at least some degree. My real name is Gyuráki Mihály (Gyuráki is my family name, and Mihály is the Hungarian variant of Michael), but I am often forced to transcribe my name to Djuraki Mihalj / Ђураки Михаљ, as very few people in modern Serbia actually speak Hungarian, and that means they have no clue of the spelling, either. Worse even, they mostly don't care about how "foreign" names are written, as they simply transcribe everything phonetically, and the way they pronounce it. How rude, I must say!

### Early life

I was born on the 28th of May, 1987 AD[3], in what was then the Socialist Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, SFRY, in the city of Novi Sad. Ever since, I've lived in my home town of Temerin. The country fell apart before I could even understand the concept of "country". The next decade of my life I spent in the FRY under the reign of Slobodan Milošević (I bet you've heard of him). To this day I cannot understand how I managed to go through the 1990s without knowing anything about the horrors that occurred all around me; though, truth be told, nothing much actually happened in Vojvodina. I only became aware of my true surroundings after the events in 2000. In 2003, the country went through another transformation, becoming the short-lived federal state of Serbia and Montenegro. This de facto confederacy fell apart in 2006, and Serbia has been an independent country since then. Then in February 2008 Kosovo declared its independence, again, but that is of little relevance, for the "province" never was an integrated part of Serbia. So you can see that I have lived in four different countries in my 26 years without ever having to move; however, this is so with most people born in the former Yugoslavia.

### Education

I finished elementary school in Temerin, then went to the Svetozar Marković Gymnasium in Novi Sad. After I finished my four years there, I went to the University of Novi Sad, where I am still studying physical meteorology at the Faculty of Sciences, Department of Physics.

### Wikipedia-calibre events

So far I have met four people who had their own articles on Wikipedia.

1. Marsha Ivins, an American astronaut. She gave a popular lecture at my university, in the Mihajlo Pupin Amphitheatre of the Faculty of Sciences on 28 November 2012. The lecture was in English, and quite humorous, though rather insightful, too. Also, at 61 years of age, the woman looked and acted quite youthful.
2. Čedomir Jovanović, president of LDP. I met him at the party congress in Belgrade on 22 June 2013. He gave some rather motivating speeches that day, I was quite moved by his words.
3. Lajkó Félix, the musician. He had a concert at the Novi Sad Synagogue on 27 August 2013. Albeit originally a church, the building now serves as a venue for concerts. The man is quite the character; he was so immersed in his music that he would urge us to stop the applause so he could continue playing. Hardly did look at the audience, really. And the music was... beyond words!
4. Nenad Čanak, president of LSV. There was this election rally on 9 October 2013, before the local elections in Vrbas, and both he and Čedomir Jovanović held speeches there, at the local cinema called Jugoslavija (quite an impressive interior, with lots of wood). The two parties have joined into a coalition on the local level for these elections. Nenad Čanak is a really talented orator and a unique figure on the local political scene - he gave a really in-depth analysis of the current political situation, and did so in layman's terms.

## Me and political geography

 11 This user has set foot in 11 countries of the world.

 Lived in Countries visited Traveled through Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia* (1987-92) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia* (1992-2003) Serbia and Montenegro* (2003-6) Serbia (since 2006) Greece Hungary Italy Montenegro Croatia Republic of Macedonia Slovenia

The * denotes historical country

 Planet Earth Continent Europe State Republic of Serbia Province Vojvodina / Vajdaság Okrug Južnobački okrug / Dél-Bácskai körzet / South Bačka District Municipality Temerin

## Languages

I believe that the Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin, and Serbian languages are all but dialects of the same language, whatever you call it. Also, I studied Latin for two years in the Gymnasium and 10+ years German, but to not much result.

## Articles

I have been working on a lot of things, (see here for all my edits), but the most substantial part of it are the few articles I have created so far, listed below.

Created:

## Pictures

I also have an account on Wikimedia Commons, here. So far, I have uploaded a modest 23 files. Here are some.

## Workspace

Got nothing better to do? Disambiguate! Category:Disambiguation pages in need of cleanup

### UN

Clean up these articles for links and such - China and India done, Israel/Palestine underway.

UNSC elections:

To be filled... but with what sources?

Category:Country data templates of countries

Check these, then fill until 193 + past members + observers... There is a Permanent Observer of Holy See to the United Nations in Geneva, but with 0 sources... and the New Zealand triplets - to be merged, but have 0 sources as well...

#### UN Member's Sites Table

31 / 193

UN Member Permanent Mission Site (also this)
Afghanistan [5]
Albania [6]
Algeria [7]
Andorra
Angola [8]
Antigua and Barbuda life ended in 2004...
Argentina
Armenia
Australia [9]
Austria [10]
Azerbaijan
Bahamas
Bahrain
Belarus [11]
Belgium
Belize
Benin
Bhutan [12]
Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
Bosnia and Herzegovina [13]
Botswana
Brazil
Brunei Darussalam [14]
Bulgaria
Burkina Faso
Burundi
Cambodia
Cameroon
Cape Verde
Central African Republic
Chile
China
Colombia
Comoros
Congo
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Costa Rica
Croatia [15]
Cuba
Cyprus site 1, site 2
Czech Republic [16]
Denmark
Djibouti
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Eritrea
Estonia
Ethiopia [17]
Fiji
Finland [18]
France
Gabon
Gambia
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Guatemala
Guinea
Guinea-Bissau
Guyana
Haiti
Honduras
Hungary
Iceland
India
Indonesia
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Kiribati
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Republic of Korea
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Lao People's Democratic Republic
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Liberia Liberia UN, Liberia Permanent Mission
Libya
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Malawi
Malaysia
Maldives
Mali
Malta
Marshall Islands
Mauritania
Mauritius
Mexico
Micronesia (Federated States of)
Republic of Moldova
Monaco
Mongolia [19]
Montenegro
Morocco Genf, Main Site
Mozambique
Myanmar
Namibia [20]
Nauru [21]
Nepal
Netherlands
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Niger
Nigeria
Norway [22]
Oman
Pakistan
Palau [23]
Panama
Papua New Guinea
Paraguay
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Romania
Russian Federation [24]
Rwanda
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Samoa [25]
San Marino
Sao Tome and Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia [26]
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Slovakia
Slovenia
Solomon Islands [27]
Somalia
South Africa [28]
South Sudan
Spain [29]
Sri Lanka
Sudan
Suriname
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Republic
Tajikistan
United Republic of Tanzania [30]
Thailand
Timor-Leste
Togo
Tonga
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
Tuvalu UN site, other site
Uganda
Ukraine
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
United States of America
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vanuatu
Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
Viet Nam
Yemen
Zambia
Zimbabwe

### Embassies of Serbia

Perhaps I could look into these few articles, create more, make a template...

Userboxen

Other

## Did you know ...?

Facts weighed and interpreted by Mátyás

## Userboxen

Used to collect userboxen, had over a hundred, but now it's cut down to just what is relevant to Wikipedia. Who wants to read all that stuff about editors anyway?

Userboxen
Wiki-related Languages

 Content contributed by this user is released into the public domain.

 I support the English language Wikipedia with my contributions.

 This user has a page on Wikimedia Commons.

 This user believes all public domain images should be moved to the Commons.

incl This user is an inclusionist.

 This user has created 18 articles on Wikipedia.

4900+ This user has made more than 4900 contributions to Wikipedia.

6 This Wikipedian joined Wikipedia 6 years, 10 months, 12 days ago as of April 17, 2014.

 This user scored 4116 on the Wikipediholic test.

 This user would like to remind you that Wikipedia is not censored.

 This user is a translator and proofreader from Hungarian to English on Wikipedia:Translation.

 This user is a translator and proofreader from Serbian to English on Wikipedia:Translation.

 This user is a translator and proofreader from Croatian to English on Wikipedia:Translation.

 This user is a translator and proofreader from Bosnian to English on Wikipedia:Translation.

 This user is a translator and proofreader from Serbo-Croatian to English on Wikipedia:Translation.
Wikipedia:Babel
en-4 This user can contribute with a near-native level of English.
hu Ennek a szerkesztőnek magyar az anyanyelve.
sr-4 Овај корисник течно говори српски језик.
hr-3 Ovaj suradnik vrlo dobro govori hrvatski jezik.
bs-3 Корисник доста добро говори босански./ Korisnik dosta dobro govori bosanski.
sh-3 Ovaj korisnik vrlo dobro govori srpskohrvatski jezik. Овај корисник врло добро говори хрватскосрпски језик.
de-1 Dieser Benutzer hat grundlegende Deutschkenntnisse.
la-1 Hic usor simplici latinitate contribuere potest.
ja-0 この利用者は日本語がわかりません。
el-0 Αυτός ο χρήστης δεν καταλαβαίνει ελληνικά.
... This user would like to be able to speak some more languages.
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 This person speaks one of the Slavic languages well enough to have a little understanding of all Slavic languages

 This user supports the reunification of the Serbo-Croatian language.

for-1 This user is a beginning Fortran programmer.
Userboxen - Continued
Writing Systems Editing Tools
Latn-5 f This user has full understanding of the Latin script.

Grek-4 Ω This user has a near complete understanding of the Greek alphabet.

Cyrl-4 Д This user has a near complete understanding of the Cyrillic script.

ipa-1 ə This user has a basic understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet.

 tng-1 This user has a basic understanding of Tengwar.

Speliŋ Rəfəwrm This user thinks spelling should be phonetic, and uses or has created a writing system for this purpose.

Hrkt-0 あ This user has no understanding of the Katakana or Hiragana.
 This user contributes using a PC.

 This user contributes using Linux Mint.

 This user contributes using Windows 7.

 This user has a dual boot configuration.

 This user hates, but is forced to use, Microsoft Windows.

 This user contributes using Firefox.

 This user contributes using GIMP.

 This user writes with the OpenOffice.org suite.

 This user uses free software wherever and whenever possible.

Time
 This user's time zone is UTC+1.

 This user observes Daylight Saving Time.

## Mátyás chronology

### Multilingual efforts

Originally, the idea was that I'd edit Wikipedia in every language I know. This led to me being active on six different language editions of Wikipedia, and I made a number of edits on each. Some years back, I made a comparison, and my different edit counts were, as of 2009.10.07.:

Since then, I've mostly been editing this, the English Wikipedia. Simply, it is not really comparable in size or depth with these other ones, and I always end up reading about stuff here. Hence, I do my editing here, too.

## Send me a postcard!

Send me a postcard!

You will excuse me for taking this opportunity and using my user page for some advertisement. The idea is that, Wikipedia being a global project, people from entirely random locations around the globe do eventually end up seeing my user page. And I, as an amateur stamp collector, would love nothing more than to receive postcards from wholly random locations around the world. So, why not send me a postcard? I promise to return the favour, if you so desire.

If you have decided to send me a postcard, my home address is:

Serbia (Europe)
21235[4] Temerin
Rakoci Ferenca[5] 161

There, I have given you my home address and some other data on this page, yet I am not afraid of identity theft, as for something like that you would require my JMBG or some other identification number, which is not given here. This section was created on 4 November 2012, and I have received 0 postcards thus far (hope this will improve, though).

## Notes

1. ^ Translation from Russian:
No matter how many threads deception would weave
Truth will show its face of light
2. ^ although christened as a Roman Catholic
3. ^ I must stress that this calendar the world uses today is a Christian one, while most governments of the world state themselves as secular
4. ^ this is the postal code for Temerin
5. ^ this is the Serbian rendition of the man's name - street names are always given in the genitive case, and the word "ulica" meaning "street" is almost never used in this context, it being implied