I've been editing Wikipedia since June 2005. However, there are two things that I've found really difficult: navigating the miles of stupid Red Tape when it comes to uploading any picture on Wikipedia (one thing that drove me to Encyclopedia Dramatica and their streamlined picture upload protocols) and the extremely complicated system of References which is the counterpoint to the argument that "Wikipedia is unreliable".
So, here are my tests of references:
A story I was working on and was using Wikipedia as a drop box for:
- User:Kvn8907/Autonomy (it's now abandoned)
- General drop box:
I really like userboxes, and four years had all of them with one long column with a lot of filler on this page. I decided to tidy this up on July 4th, 2014 and added a scroll to the userboxes on the right. Without the need of filler, I'm moving my list of fortunes from fortune cookies to a new page:
If you see a userbox that no longer works, feel free to correct or delete it.
I don't usually start articles, but have at least started three.