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I am a Wikipedian that joined mid-2011. I currently possess the administrator and global renamer user rights. As such I can perform administrative tasks such as editing pages with any level of protection, blocking and unblocking users, deleting, or undeleting pages as well as protecting them. I also can rename any user account globally on all Wikimedia wikis. If you need me to carry out an administrative task, just shoot me a message and I'll be happy to help. In addition to the administrative tasks, I can of course perform tasks of other users that aren't administrators too.
I'm easy to get along with, and find myself reasonable, if you feel I made a mistake, please let me know. I'm always willing to listen to reason. I tend to AGF a lot, giving people another chance, even though many feel it's undeserved, but as a result if that chance is wasted, there will be no redemption afterwards. I do my best to get along with users I encounter on Wikipedia. Being able to work on Wikipedia doesn't only require community trust, but an ability to get along with users.
I primarily focus on the technical aspects of Wikipedia. I specialize in bot work, developing tools that benefit the community and hopefully makes their lives easier here. With my elevated permissions I also work at WP:ACC assisting new users with getting started on Wikipedia. I also review requests to rename on Meta, the rename queue, and WP:CHUS.
If you need my assistance in my area, I am always willing to help. I have adept knowledge of many policies on Wikipedia, and general understanding of the remaining policies. I am always willing to help, so just leave me a message on Wikipedia.
Badge in the upper-left corner
If you've ever wondered what the badge in the corner ever meant in my, or my bot's, user space, it represents the age and work I or my bots have put in to the project. They are represented in Service Awards. Click on it, to see what level I, or my bots, are on. You can see a text below with more details about my service award.
Currently, this editor has earned the Senior Editor II
Progress towards the next level (by edits): [ 586
/ 4500 ]
||Last botop editor
||Add Reflist-talk to talk pages with references.
||Adding WikiProject Music genres template to 1.6k genre articles
||Replace all occurrences of a Commons image with a new Commons image
||Update mayors on enwiki based on dewiki
||Update parameter names when template Template:Internet Archive film is used in articles
||Bot to add a Talkback template at an IP talk page after they get responses at Help forums
||Proposed automated test for G14
Cyberbot Node 1
InternetArchiveBot Node 1
- User:Cyberbot I: This bot is a replacement for any non-operational bot on Wikipedia. It currently replaces the tasks that SoxBot, SnotBot, NoomBot, and Chris G Bot no longer do.
- User:Cyberbot II: This bot serves as a standard bot that have scripts written by me.
- User:Cyberbot III: This bot project has not yet been started, it will serve as an admin bot if I become an admin.