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Hello and welcome to my user page, I'm Wonderfl, a seasoned Wikipedian with a passion for meaningful and descriptive writing. I can typically be found at the library of articles, writing sections based on my expertise, improving the way important topics are explained and illustrated in Wikipedia.

I believe Wikipedia is also a way for the wiser to impart their understandings to the newer folk within a given field. I therefore try to pour my heart into everything I do here, to fit within the guidelines of what a proper article should be, and to best communicate any given topic in a structured and straightforward manner.

Although I don't agree with overcomplexity and sacrificing readability for technical correctness, I do impart a fair degree of correctness in everything I write. Simplicity is a mark of quality within speech or writing, and it enables less-gifted readers to grasp a topic faster and easier.


I've started a series of articles that aims to help newcomers understand how Wikipedia works, and how to succeed on Wikipedia.

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For your work on many software related articles. Andries (talk) 21:23, 13 February 2011 (UTC)