Hi, I am user:Wuerzele
I have been a Wikipedia user for years. Jumped off the fence and registered as user only in 2/2013. I am interested in contributing content on a long term basis to wikipedia pages in areas of my professional expertise. I think knowledge is like clean water and must flow, otherwise it gets murky or evaporates. Therefore I feel the need to contribute to projects I consider of urgent and public importance outside my professional expertise, when I know more than what an existing wiki article states, and can add substance. I am also interested in reaching out to and making connections with content experts to contribute to such topics.
I am not that interested in the inner workings of wikipedia (wikimedia and foundation etc). Am sure it will grow as time passes; following and understanding internal wikipedia affairs seems very time consuming.
I want to learn the ropes of proper editing, all currently available tools of the trade, including graphics and uploading.
- Resume (badly needed) editing of antibiotic resistance.
I did a laborious edit in March '13. It was reverted by wikiproject medicine administrator user:Jmh649 under the euphemistic subject heading "welcome". He did not pay attention to content (form only) and hasn't replied to questions. This was disruptive, maybe accidental, lacked competence, wasn't collaborative, and ignored community input from user:Scray and user:John Vandenberg.
- Complete page on antibiotic stewardship (sandbox)
Articles I have contributed to