Hey, I'm cymru lass. I've been contributing on and off to Wikipedia for a while, mostly from an anonymous IP address, but I finally decided to get an account! I don't really have much to contribute to Wikipedia at the moment (haven't finished my studies——yet) except my anal-retentive habits with regards to grammar. So for now, I'll stick to looking out for vandalism. Leave a message on my talk page! I'd love to meet other Wikipedians. I'm a total geek/nerd/trekkie (gasp! A female teenaged trekkie! So rare), so feel free to ask me about stuff like that. My local time is 10:46 AM (reload). Can't guarantee when I will and won't be on. My sleep habits change frequently, especially if I don't take my melatonin. Oh, the joys of living with non-24-hour sleep-wake syndrome...
My life is really messed up now, so I might get distracted and not be on for a while. But at the same time I might get so upset I need to bury myself in editing. Depends on how bad it gets, I guess.
Funny and useful quote I stumbled across the other day:
In a content dispute, it doesn't matter if a user is a mop, bucket, spade, badger, ferret, rock, paper, scissors, lizard or Spock. I fail to see its relevence
When specific discussions on high-visibility pages (such as ANI) are archived, their section links no longer "work" (will not point to discussion). Bot could go through Special:WhatLinksHere for the sections and change those links to point to the correct archive?