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Some human languages
en-4This user can contribute with a near-native level of English.
Mix This user has been influenced by too many dialects of English to use British orthography, vocabulary and grammar consistently – but should come rather close.
MixThis user has been influenced by too many dialects of English to use one orthography, vocabulary and grammar consistently.
This user thinks that if your grammar is incorrect, then you’re in need of help.
This user thinks that if his grammar is bad, then he's in need of help and welcomes it. SomeHuman
on the Dutch language Wikipedia
nl-4Deze gebruiker spreekt vloeiend en foutloos Nederlands.
mech Deze gebruikerklapt Beurgermechels en leest & schrijft Nederlands
als moedertaal.
nlDeze gebruiker heeft het Nederlands als moedertaal.
fr-3Cet utilisateur peut contribuer avec un niveau avancé de français.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer hat    fortgeschrittene    Deutschkenntnisse.   
de-2Dieser Benutzer hat fortgeschrittene Deutschkenntnisse.
This user just might grasp the general idea of texts in most other Germanic or Romanic languages.


Update 2011-03-07: I had found it impossible to be sufficiently productive on Wikipedia, as one too often encounters someone who only appears to behave according to WP guidelines though in fact obstinately prevents bringing article matters in line with the guidelines. And at the forae intended for obtaining assistance against a such person, far too few administrators showed capabilities required to get ahead. Having returned after a long absence, I was all too quickly reminded about why I had left Wikipedia for what it's worth. Your following my invitation further down, might not become seen for an indefinite time.

Preferring neutral grounds and an appropriate attitude, fairness and objectivity may force me to show my colours
though not my identity - which is also elsewhere utterly unknown but to a few enjoying similar notability.
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".
This motto reflects the inclusionist desire to change Wikipedia only when no knowledge would be lost as a result.

Attempting to limit aunzuscauk

Please feel free to contact me on my Talk page,
less an article's discussion tab allows for a proper response.


History and updates
For whom it might interest, before creating a Wikipedia user name, several IP addresses had served for my contributions:
  • from my private access point of which the internet provider occasionally changes the IP address;
  • from an open access point about which meagre information is available (accessible by few people: it seems highly unlikely for anyone else to submit Wikipedia content from there).
Both access points henceforward and after a while still others served for signed contributions.
  • March 2009: Having been offline since September 2007 (apart from a small contribution in November 2007), I just might look around on WP once again, be it rarely.