User:JYolkowski

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James Yolkowski (User:JYolkowski) is a Wikipedia editor who writes about himself in the third person. You can leave him comments on his talk page.

About James[edit]

James hasn't bothered to write anything about himself here. He invites others to enhance this section, or, for that matter, anything else on the page. He does ask that people be truthful, and cite sources for controversial facts.

James on Wikipedia[edit]

James made his first edit on October 16, 2004, having edited anonymously for a few months previous. He is proud of writing the following featured articles:

He became an administrator on June 5, 2005. He made his 10,000th edit on January 26, 2006.

In terms of politics, he follows m:Mergism and m:Immediatism. In practice, this means that he places a high emphasis on quality in the encyclopedia, but also believes that quality problems should not be resolved by deletion, but can rather be resolved by merging low-quality articles into high-quality ones.

He is also User:JYolkowski on de:, simple:, and commons:.

External links[edit]

I award you the purple heart barnstar for your contributions to the sometimes combative Terri Schiavo article. Your efforts helped make this article a success. — FuelWagon 21:49, 25 August 2005 (UTC)
I hereby award you the Working Man's Barnstar for your tireless contributions and insight on WikiProject Fair use, and your other efforts towards making Wikipedia a (legally) safer place. —Fastfission 23:10, 24 September 2005 (UTC)
Awarded by User:V. Molotov on 23:32, 22 October 2005 (UTC)