|Search user languages|
|This user is a member of the Association of Inclusionist Wikipedians.
The motto of the AIW is conservata veritate, which translates to "with the preserved truth".
- My name is Simon Woodside
- My home page is simonwoodside.com
Topics I created
(most recent at the top) (I left out stubs that I made)
- Flying disc games - catching all of the games and sports like Ultimate (sport)
- History of computer science - amazing that this topic didn't exist...
- Definition of computer science - trying to move the argument away from Computer Science
- Isotype (pictograms)
- Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul
- Transect (urban)
- Albert Dubout - translation from french
- Cetacean Conservation Center
- Al Qa'qaa
- Al Qa'qaa high explosives timeline
- Willson Woodside
- Medina quarter
- Pierre Pelot - translation from french
- Falu red
- Information graphic
- Angela Beesley - this was an interesting one, I accidentally got caught in some internal Wikipedia politics after voting and getting curious about why she resigned. Well, score one for persistence and a thick skin...
- Ultimate (sport)
- Computer science (and related articles) - I discovered this page with a weak summary and very little substantive content. I added substantial content and did a lot of mediation around the highly contentious summary. Eventually I managed to get the ball rolling on dispute resolution in part by forcing a 3RR and waving a flag at the mediation forces, before I took off for XMas 2005. Now it seems that things have been settled excellently by various people.
- Information graphics (and related articles) - a pet project for quite some time
- Tunis - beefed it up through translation and research/images, prior to the WSIS Tunis event
- Chart - enhanced coverage of all the myriad kinds of charts people use
- Tram - translated major portions from french - much of it still survives