This user is a WikiSloth.


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Compilers and tools
C-N This user has written C compilers, or tweaked C runtime libraries in Assembly language.
C++-N This user is a fluent C++ programmer.
SL1-N This user is a native SL1 programmer.
re This user writes regular expressions to find everything around the house.
Additional Programming Languages
asm-5 This user is a professional assembly language programmer.
Perl-5 This user is a professional Perl programmer.
Scripting languages
bash This user can program in Bash.
Out of practice languages
Ascript This user can program in AppleScript.
for This user can program in Fortran.
Lua This user can program in Lua.
Lisp (lambda (user)
    (setf (lisp-p user) t))
pas This user can program in Pascal.
REXX This user can program in REXX.
Other stuff
Namespace Wikipedia.1.svg This user is not an administrator and has no desire to be one.
Asexuality Symbol.svg This user identifies as grey.

My sandbox is here User:PaleAqua/Sandbox. I have a alternate account User:PaleCyan for cases where I want to log in on a public computer and possibly to test out how a page looks without the CSS styling I use on my main account. I do not plan on using the alternate account much. Just figured it's nice to have in case and PaleCyan <=> PaleAqua seem to make sense as an account pair.

Many of my edits have been related to the templates used by the color wikiproject, though I sometimes hang out in move reviews these days as well trying to be a outside disinterested but fair 3rd party view after randomly stumbling on that page at one point. ( My first couple attempts got me more involved with horizontal lines than I really care about to my regret. ) I'm not much of a heavy editor and prone to vanish for a while as the mode strikes me, while I'd ideally like to be a wikignome—I'm more a wikisloth. The one thing I've noticed is the number of edits I make pales in comparison to the amount of checking I do. For example I recently checked nearly a month of history of 200 or so articles and only ended up making 4 or 5 edits total based on that.

I try to avoid editing in areas that I'm too interested in professionally, hence you probably wont see me much on computer language theory, compiler pages, high availability, multithreaded realtime hot patching tools, realtime debuggers, telecommunications, etc.

I have zero interest in any bits, etc. Only reason I got reviewer was because some of the pages on my watch list are protected with pending changes. While I probably should get template editor someday as I could do some useful stuff with it, I've kinda stepped back from doing much with templates lately and worry that if I did get it I'd spend too much time on wikipedia. I already spend too much time here.