T c951 is a Wikipedia user, which mainly adds little snippets of information to various Wikipedia entries of his interest.
T c951 joined Wikipedia on August 24, 2009. She wanted to make the English Wikipedia better by translating some Polish pieces of information into English when there is a lack of information in the English version of a article.
T c951 believes that there shouldn't be inequality between the amount of information between different languages in the same article. There should be the same, exact information, just translated.
He also believes that there shouldn't be a Simple English Wikipedia. His reason is: "If someone doesn't know English very well, they must have another language that they should know fairly well."
- August 23, 2009: Translated cost of getting the registration plates in Poland into English
- August 24, 2009: Made this page. Uploaded a car plate example from Ustrzyki Dolne
- August 25, 2009: He made many changes to Vehicle registration plates of Poland, for example added diplomatic, testing, and regular plate pictures from the Polish article and from a file he uploaded. Also he did some minor grammar edits and organized the page a liitle better, plus added a snippet of information about buying vehicles from someone else
- August 26, 2009: Lots of grammar editing on Vehicle registration plates of Poland
- August 28, 2009: Enlarged motorcycle picture and added military and service plate information to Vehicle registration plates of Poland
- August 29, 2009: Uploaded a picture of a tower in Bogoria
- August 30, 2009: Added that the capital Greek letter Lambda (Λ) represents a empty set in mathematics
- September 10, 2009: Uploaded a much better version of his car plate example from Ustrzyki Dolne, added his picture of a tower in Bogoria to the article Gmina Bogoria, and finished the translations of Polish Army Plates
- August 6, 2010: Removed the picture of a tower in Bogoria from the article Gmina Bogoria because the picture is not appropiate for that article, instead it should be on the article Bogoria, Poland
- December 2011: Is on top of things to make sure the Lithium page has a picture of its spectrum lines.