This week's "Features and admins" covers Sunday 10 – Saturday 16 April
The Signpost welcomes Bahamut0013 (nom) as our newest admin. Bob has been with the US Marine Corps since 2003 and with Wikipedia since 2006. He contributes mainly to articles that deal with the Marine Corps, military life and equipment, and video games, movies, anime, and TV shows. He is helping to construct the battleship portal with other members of Operation Majestic Titan. He has just been appointed to the Audit Subcommittee.
At the time of publication there is one live RfA: RHM22, due to finish Tuesday.
True at First Light (nom), by Ernest Hemingway. It described his 1953–54 East African safari with his fourth wife Mary, and sparked a literary controversy for its alteration after Hemingway's death. (Truthkeeper88)
Mike Jackson (nom), a retired British Army general who at the end of the Kosovo War famously refused to enforce an order by US general Wesley Clark (requiring Captain James Blunt, the future pop star, to act against Russian forces), reputedly telling Clark "I'm not going to start the Third World War for you". (HJ Mitchell)
Unknown (magazine) (nom); according to nominator Mike Christie, "it was one of the few pulp magazines aimed at a mature and intelligent readership, and the memoirs of long time science fiction fans and authors are full of laments for its passing in 1943, a victim of wartime paper shortages".
Portal:Arthropods (nom) was promoted, with 26 selected articles (all good articles, FAs, or FLs), 26 featured pictures, and 16 sets of 6 facts displayed on the Main Page as part of the did you know process.
New featured picture: An Indian sculpture of the Hindu god Shiva in copper alloy. It depicts Shiva as the cosmic dancer who performs his divine dance to destroy a weary universe and make preparations for god Brahma to start the process of creation.
Five images were promoted. Medium-sized images can be viewed by clicking on "nom":