User:DBJC

DBJC
 This user is a member of WikiProject Physics.
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 en This user is a native speaker of the English language.
 fr-3 Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau avancé de français.
 he-1 משתמש זה מסוגל לתרום ברמה בסיסית של עברית.‏
 la-2 Hic usor media latinitate contribuere potest.
 ru-1 Этот участник владеет русским языком на начальном уровне.
 grc-2 Ὅδε ὁ χρήστης δύναται συμβάλλεσθαι μετρίᾳ γνώσει τῆς ἀρχαίας ἑλληνικῆς.
 yi-1 דער באַניצער קען ביישטייערן מיט אַ גרונטלעכער דרגה פון ייִדיש.
 Please be nice and patient with this New Wikipedian.
 This pilot doesn't need no stinkin' engine, thank you very much!.
 1RR This user prefers discussing changes on the talk page rather than engaging in an edit war.
 This user does not understand mean people. Please be nice.
 This user tries to do the right thing. If they make a mistake, please let them know.
 This alleged user can be said to maintain a policy or other custom of neutrality or other ambiguity-related quality on some or all issues that may be potentially controversial to some alleged people.
 Flexible This user deals with edits, deletion, and creation of pages individually instead of unilaterally and encourages others to do so.
 This user believes that a user's edit count does not necessarily reflect on the value of their contributions to Wikipedia.
 Today is 18 November 2017
 This user sleeps, but not for predictable amounts of time.
 This user had a flux capacitor seized by the FBI.
 Oxon. This user is an Oxonian.
 KES This user is, or was, a pupil at King Edward's School.
 This user is a university student.
 This user is an undergraduate student majoring in Physics and Philosophy.
 This user enjoys their egg with the sunny side up.
 This user drinks milk.
 This user believes that you should never put milk in with the tea bag.
 eπi+1=0 This user is a mathie.
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 This user enjoys the works of Isaac Asimov.
 This user enjoys the works of Arthur C. Clarke .
 This user enjoys the works of J. R. R. Tolkien.
 This user's homeworld likes to think that it is mostly harmless, but it is, in practice, devastatingly dangerous.
 DON'T PANIC Through a time warp this user edits the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
 LOTR This user likes the original The Lord of the Rings and vastly prefers it to the dumbed-down, cheapened and oversimplified film trilogy.
 The Silmarillion This user not only likes The Lord of the Rings, but The Silmarillion as well.
 This user plays the clarinet.
 This user enjoys classical music.
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 This user enjoys klezmer.
 Mis This user can hear the people sing.
 This user has a keen interest in physics.
 This user is interested in String Theory.
 This user plays association football.
 CIV This user plays one or more versions of Civilization.
 ${\displaystyle \sum }$ This user is greater than the sum of his or her userboxes.

Who is this then...?

Ever since I stumbled across wikipedia a long time ago, I have found it to be a great idea, and an invaluable resource. It is a shame that such a resource is sometimes shunned by academics, although nowadays most of the open-minded seem to accept it as an informal resource. However, wikipedia has the potential to become so much more. With thorough scolarship, as is evident in parts, it can become a font of knowledge for all levels of study. Obviously I learned early on in my internet use that one must take everything one sees with a pinch of salt and investigate the motivations and sources of each resource, this is why meticulous citations are so vital to the success of wikipedia — they are one of those things that can set it apart from any other web resource. Another important issue is redirection — for those users who want to find their resource quickly, or for newer users, repeated searching can be unattractive or off-putting and can give a bad impression when there are no alternative meanings of the search terms, particularly alternative transliterations of non-latin characters. These are another vital part of making wikipedia a reliable and easy-to-use resource.

Lots of work!