Talk:William John Sullivan

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Personal Website[edit]

There was a dispute on another page about whether or not wjsullivan.net is actually Sullivan's personal website.
The following was provided to settle the dispute (just copying it here in case a similar dispute arises in the future): --Andomedium (talk) 17:32, 8 May 2012 (UTC)
Sullivan's apparent website is wjsullivan.net and his apparent preferred online name is johnsu01 S2 A2 S3 A3 S4 A4
We know that Sullivan is the Executive Director of the Free Software Foundation and that this foundation's website is fsf.org S5 A5.
So, now what we need is a connection from Sullivan's confirmed work website (fsf.org) to his apparent personal website (wjsullivan.net) or to his apparent preferred online name (johnsu01).
There are two archived documents at fsf.org that provide a decent connection to both.S6 A6 S7 A7

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