Hi, I'm Lando5, and I'm a pretty advanced editor here at Wikipedia. Seriously, I must edit my userpage as much as the mainspace. Never mind, I have quite a few edits there. I'm on the Welcoming Committee and Counter-Vandalism Unit.
So what do I do here?
I enjoy doing minor tasks on Wikipedia. I mostly revert vandalism and welcome new users. If you want, you can view my edit count with Kate's Tool here. By the way, if you have a question with anything involving editing Wikipedia, I'd be happy to help you if you post on my talk page.
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Because of school, Lando5 will not be very active on weekdays, but should be back editing enthusiastically on weekends (except when doing homework or on vacation).
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