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My name is Gareth Hughes.
I have been a Wikipedian since 23 November 2004, and an administrator since 21 October 2005 (RfA). My greatest achievement here so far has been writing the Aramaic language article to featured status.
|Projects subpage||The main page for drafting material for articles|
|Lala subpage||For working on languages and linguistics|
|More-tea subpage||For working on religion and spirituality|
|Elephant subpage||For working on all sorts of other bits and pieces|
|My Wiktionary user page|
|My Wikicommons user page|
On the boil
- History of Eastern Christianity in Asia and Nestorianism in China.
- Polishing up Syriac language (expanding the grammar section).
- Collaboration on Arabic literature, Arabic poetry and Arabic epic literature.
- Biblical Aramaic and the Aramaic of Jesus need a lot more work done on them.
- Syriac Christianity could do with expansion.
- Bardaisan article needs moved and reworked.
- Members of the covenant needs completed.
- Doctrine of Addai or Teaching of Addai needs a proper treatment.
- Improve articles on Jacob of Nisibis, Jacob of Serugh, Narsai, Philoxenus of Mabbog, Babai the Great (other Babais), Isaac of Nineveh, Jacob of Edessa, Ishodad of Merv, Dionysius bar Salibi/Jacob Bar-Salibi, Jacob Baradaeus, Joshua the Stylite, Barsauma, Peter the Fuller, Ibas, Rabbula, Yahya ibn `Adi, Severus of Antioch, Ishoyahb (two of them) – see my list at /projects#Syriac literature
- Writing a more complete article on the Syriac Orthodox Church.
- Giving a hand with Barnabas.
- Different approaches to categorizing Semitic languages.
- Grammatical tense in a horrible state, perhaps Tense (linguistics) is needed, but do we also need a Tense (phonetics)? The dumping ground for source material about tense from the world's languages is at Grammatical tense/multilingual sources.
- Taking a look at List of dialects of the English language.
- Church of England needs some attention: it reads more like a history book.
- Holidays and festivals (fancy one?).
- Likewise for Grammatical aspect.
- English grammar - proof that speaking it doesn't mean you know how it works.
- Ephrem the Syrian could be reread and reworked.
- Articles on Neo-Aramaic languages (I've written the articles, but it'd be good to do the rounds once more).
- Lots of little tweaks around Ancient Egypt and Egyptian hieroglyphs.
- Some work on the UN observances.
- Helping to edit a fair Assyrian article (and maybe Chaldean): there is a lot of political POV here.
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The Barnstar of Mor Ephrem
|For your quality contributions to Syriac Christian topics, I hereby award you the Mor Ephrem barnstar.|
|this WikiAward was given to Garzo by Rafy talk on 22:50, 20 July 2011 (UTC)|