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Remember that this is only a preview; changes have not yet been saved! THIS PAGE IS A STARTER TOOLSET. COPY IT PER INSTRUCTIONS, THEN MODIFY IT IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR OWN WISHES!!!

This is Usernames's Toolset.

To copy this page to your own set of pages for editing, proceed as follows:

1. Click on edit this page. 2. Highlight the text by pressing down the left button of your mouse (or equivalent) at the upper left corner of the opened window, then 'dragging' all the way down to the extreme lower right corner; release the button, and press ctrl-C (or equivalent for COPY). 3. Click on Cancel, below the open window to the right. 4. In the search box in the left column, enter User:UserName/Toolset, where UserName is your name. 5. Press GO and then opt to create the new page. 6. Make sure your cursor is in the window that appears, then type ctrl-V (or equivalent for PASTE). Click on Save page. 7. Bookmark the resulting page as your entry to Wikipedia. THIS PAGE IS A STARTER TOOLSET. COPY IT PER INSTRUCTIONS, THEN MODIFY IT IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR OWN WISHES!!!

60124.1927 Wikipedia policies Article standards Neutral point of view Include only verifiable information No original research Citing sources What Wikipedia is not Working with others Assume good faith Civility and etiquette No personal attacks Resolving disputes Contents [hide]

   * 1 My Shortcuts
   * 2 ToDo
   * 3 Welcome Wagon
   * 4 Really, Really Important things
         o 4.1 Spelling/Grammar checking
   * 5 Information & Resources for Contributors & Editors
         o 5.1 More Style Stuff:
   * 6 See also
         o 6.1 Other Links:
         o 6.2 Map of Wikipedia Informational Documents:
         o 6.3 Summary:
         o 6.4 Formating:
               + 6.4.1 Images
               + 6.4.2 Redirects
               + 6.4.3 Box Formats
               + 6.4.4 Formatting ISBN
         o 6.5 $$$ Barnstar:
         o 6.6 Test Templates:
         o 6.7 HTML Colors:
   * 7 Personal Detritus

My Shortcuts [Insert the addresses of all the places you are working on or otherwise access often. If you open Wikipedia with this page (in lieue of the Main page), i.e., bookmark this page, you will then be able to reach wherever you want to go with a single click.]

   * UserName
   * t:UserName


   * t:UserFriend

ToDo

Welcome Wagon

MUST READ: Links for newcomers:

   * Welcome, newcomer
   * The five pillars of Wikipedia
   * Wikipedia | User Introduction
   * First steps | Basic navigation | URLs
   * Talk (discussion) pages | Guide
   * Bootcamp | Help Desk | Beware the Grumps!
   * New user log (for new sign-ins)
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   * Wiki-etiquette | Civility | Resolving disputes
   * About Wikipedia | Contributing
   * Why create an account? | Starting a new page


   * Collaborative writing | Consensus
   * FAQs | Tutorials | Common mistakes
   * Simplified ruleset | Don't be a fanatic
   * Your first article | Include/exclude
   * Writing a great article | Better | Best
         o K.I.S.S.— Keep It Sweet and Simple.
   * Wikipedia history | Wikimedia | Articles
   * Community Portal | WikiProjects | Proposals
   * about Pages | Help | inPage edits | Copy-edit
   * Wikipedia Sandbox Please do 'experimental' edits here.

[Hint: You can learn a lot just by clicking on the edit this page tab at the top on this or any other page and seeing how the various effects are actually produced. Don't forget to click Cancel— below the window on the right hand side— to make sure you don't inadvertantly change anything. Also, if you have made a planned edit, don't forget to Save page it, or your edits will be lost! Also, it's polite to leave an Edit summary (see above or below window), if you have changed anything, telling what you changed.] Please do not bite the newcomers! Please do not bite the newcomers!

  1. Sign Your Posts on talk & discussion pages using four tildes (VLH 23:12, 27 June 2006 (UTC)); this will automatically produce your name and the date; three tildes will produce your name only; five just the date.
  2. Don't forget to use the Show preview button; it saves a lot of wear and tear on the computers, and keeps the various wiki lists clean of lots of unnecessary entries. Also, please don't forget to fill in the Edit summary.
  3. Questions? ==> check out Where to ask a question, Village pump, or ask on someone's talk page XXXX
  4. Write to the target audience: A related question, is who should the pages be written for? Most writers are in college or past college. However, there is evidence that most readers are high-school students, or others not too familar with a topic. (Else, why would they be looking it up in an encyclopedia?) What is obvious or of minor relevance to a CS student or grad, may be very unclear or important to a high-school student, someone who is thinking of returning to college, or just someone looking for information (but not a learned treatise). Of course, Wikipedia has yet to define its target audience very well.
   * Discussion of Reading level

[Hint: If, for some reason, you are unable to fix a problem yourself, feel free to ask someone else to do it or show you how. (Check out the Welcoming committee). Wikipedia has a vibrant community of contributors, including many who are specially qualified, who have a wide range of skills and specialties, and many of them would be glad to help. As well as the wiki community pages there are IRC Channels, where you are also more than welcome to ask for assistance.]

Really, Really Important things

   * For content errors in an article, click on edit this page or discussion at that particular article.
   * Sign Your Posts on talk and discussion pages using four tildes (VLH 23:12, 27 June 2006 (UTC)).
   * Don't sign Encyclopedia entry pages, but do fill in the Edit summary block.
   * See Page history to see who has previously edited a page.
   * See the discussion page to see what these Wikipedia editors have said about the edits in progress. Check the watch tab to make sure you will see any later changes to a page in your My watchlist page. Check out Writers' rules of engagement.
   * See Vandalism in progress to report persistent vandalism. If it's serious, maybe 3RR violation or request for Administrator intervention, or if it's really, really serious: WP:ANI.
   * See Help desk for questions about editing on Wikipedia.
   * See Reference desk for factual questions (about everything but Wikimedia— e.g., "Who is the current Pope?") not yet answered by Wikipedia.
   * See Village pump (policy) for Wikipedia policy questions.
   * See Village pump (technical) for Wikipedia technical help.
   * See Village pump (assistance) or Village pump (miscellaneous) for any other (Wikipedia) help that does not seem to fit into an accepted category.
   * See Village pump (all) to browse all village pump topics at once.
   * See Village pump (proposals) or (perennial proposals) to check if an idea has already been proposed/discussed.
   * See General complaints for discussions on things that could be fixed or made better.
   * See Third opinion or requests for comment or edit dispute for help resolving an editing dispute.
   * See Resolving disputes to resolve issues between/among users or for making a user conduct dispute complaint. Remember, Don't disrupt Wikipedia to illustrate a point!
   * See MediaWiki support page if you need help with your own Wiki.
   * See Wikimedia Meta-wiki to view other Wikimedia projects.
   * See Peer review for incisive, constructive criticisms from others on a finished article.
   * See Mirrors and forks to report sites that copy Wikipedia content.
   * See Citing Wikipedia to know about citing Wikipedia. e.g., in a bibliography.
   * See MediaZilla to make wiki software bug reports and feature requests.
   * See Alternate Sites For When The Main Wikipedia Server Is Down You should bookmark the sites noted because once Wikipedia is down, you won't be able to access this page.
   *    IF YOU HAVE REALLY MESSED UP A PAGE, and accidentally saved it, simply click on the history tab (at the top) and then click on the date immediately preceding that of your change, then click on edit this page, then save the resulting page. This will revert the change.
   *    Do Not Attempt to Rename, Move, or Copy a Page Simply by Copying Its Contents; See Renaming, moving, copying a page.

Spelling/Grammar checking

Whenever doing anything but minor editing, copy and paste to a word-processor with real time spelling/grammar checking!

   (or use a tool-bar with a built-in spellcheck such as Google Toolbar.)

Information & Resources for Contributors & Editors This is clearly not an exhaustive list. It is an eclectic collection intended to include the main features of Wikimedia, especially those not likely to reveal themselves easily to the novice. However, most of the very advanced features are not referenced here.

But, if a question or article has existed on Wikipedia for long enough, you should be able to find it through a Google or Yahoo! search. (See Searching, below on this page).

(Note for Gen X, Y, Z, etc.— Think of Wikipedia, and Wikimedia in general, as a giant adventure game, where there is always something new around the corner...)

   * Help:Contents
   * Edit conflict  Must read before you get one!
   * Major edit in progress! Avoiding conflict.


   * Help Desk | FAQs
   * Help Forums Category
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   * About series articles in Wikipedia
   * About Wikipedia | Wikipedia
   * About Wikiportals
   * About WikiProjects
   * About WikiProject Best Practices
   * Administrative Categories
   * Avoid self-references
   * Barnstars
   * Bookmarklets
   * Bots Category
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   * Cleanup | Templates & tags | Fix-ups
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   * Contributing outside your native language
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   * Editing pages | Help | inPage edits | Copy-edit
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   * Fundamental category
   * Glossary of Wiki terms ⇒Lists-1 ⇒Lists-2
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   * How to archive a talk page
   * "   structure content in Wiki articles
   * "   write a great article | Improve it
   * Images and Copyrights
         o Fair use
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         o Image copyright tags
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         o Images and media for deletion
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         o Public domain image resources
         o Uploading images, intro
         o Uploading images
   * InfoBoxes
   * JavaScript in Wikipedia
         o monobook.js
         o Greasemonkey user scripts
         o Library of user scripts
         o Script Techniques
         o Script Tutorials
         o Scripts
         o WikiProject User scripts
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   * Most linked to Categories
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   * Naming conventions | Category
   * Page name | Section | Namespace | History
   * Peer review
   * Policies and guidelines | Proposals Category
   * Preferences
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   * Redirect | Double redirect
   * Reference Desk
   * Reusable text (boilerplate text)
   * Reverting a page | Three-revert rule (3RR)
   * Searching | Google [omit Afd] [All Langs] | Yahoo! [All Langs]
   * Shortcuts
   * Simplified ruleset, essential info for new editors
   * Special pages ⇒List
   * Speedy deletions
   * Stub | Types
   * Surveys of the Readers
   * Syntax conversion utilities
   * System Messages
   * Tables intro | Guide
   * Talk page guidelines
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         o Templates, intro
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         o Template namespace
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   * Tools ⇒List
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   * Utilities If you've exhausted Toolset!
   * Verifiability | No original research | Hoaxes
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   * Where to ask a ??
   * Who writes for Wikipedia, for new 'readers'
   * Wikify
   * Wikipedia categories
   * Wikipedia:IRC channel
   * Wikipedia features
   * Wikipedia style guidelines | (non-Wiki);
     "    for specific projects/disciplines,

More Style Stuff:

   * Abundance and redundancy
   * Avoid neologisms
   * Avoid peacock terms
   * Avoid self-references
   * Avoid statements that date quickly
   * Avoid weasel terms
   * Bad article ideas
   * Brilliant prose
   * Build the web vs. Make links relevant to the context only
   * Check your facts
         o Cite sources | Example
         o Don't include copies of primary sources
               + Lyrics and poetry
   * Featured articles
   * Fiction


   * Follow highlighting conventions
   * Future event
   * History (article style)
   * Lists | Stand-alone | Embedded | Pro & con
   * Long article layout | Size
   * Make articles useful for readers
   * Make technical articles accessible
         o Explain (necessary) jargon
         o Technical terms and definitions
   * Proper names
   * Rhetoric
   * Section | Lead section | Subheadings
   * Stay on topic; don't wander
   * Timeline standards
   * Words to avoid

See also

Other Links:

   * Bad jokes and other deleted nonsense
   * Browse-1 | Browse-2 | Quick index
   * Clichés (To be abhorred!)
   * Clipart (free)
   * Computer help desk
   * Conflict resolution
   * Department of Fun
   * Internet encyclopedia project
   * Keyboard shortcuts
   * List of Wikiprojects | Proposed
   * Main Meta wiki
   * Maintenance | Templates
   * Most wanted articles
   * MediaWiki namespace


   * Patent nonsense
   * Press Kit resources for enquiries
   * Regional notice boards for collaboration in particular geographical areas
   * Resources for researchers ⇒List
   * Semi-protection policy
   * Troubleshooting
   * User contributions
   * Vanishing edits For problems with apparently disappearing edits or other strange display behavior.
   * Village pump
   * Wikipedia assigned variables
   * Wikipedia Signpost
   * Young Jacobins | Consensus

Map of Wikipedia Informational Documents: Map of Wikipedia Informational Documents. Click here to see a readable exploded map. Enlarge Map of Wikipedia Informational Documents. Click here to see a readable exploded map.


Summary:

   * Write first for the Educated Layperson (that's hard... But I would suggest using the "New Scientist" as a style example).
         o ...then try to do it better and write for the beginner (that's harder)
   * If an educated layperson can't figure it out by following the wikilinks, then it's too hard.
         o Yes, we're experts (more or less) but we're writing for a general audience. We could write a clever, concise, deep sentence to explain something...but it's useless if it isn't easy to understand.
   * Eschew argot, jargon, technicality and cant.

Formating:

How Users Read on the Web

   * See Help:Editing
(For hidden inserted comments.)  

Indenting by one space causes this box to form and suppresses certain codes.

Images

To insert an image into an article, edit the article and insert Image:Wiki Fairy.gif A Wiki fairy in the wild.

Caption

For example,

Gives you the image on the right, where the caption is a wiki-link.

To have an image deleted, edit its description page and put {{deletebecause}} (but of course you would insert the name of the FOO.jpg image. Everything to the right of the | is comment. )

Redirects

   * Help on Redirect
   * Wikipedia Redirect (formatting)
   * Avoid the dreaded Double redirect and self-reference.
  1. REDIRECT NAME OF REDIRECT TARGET

To go (back) to a Redirect Page itself (e.g., to change or delete the redirect), use the link in the (Redirected from Redirect Page) line, which appears at the top of the target page, just below the line 'From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.' (For this line to appear, you must first Go to the Redirect Page.)

Box Formats Date rank - name main space edits edits last 30 days rank change Month 27, 200x 000 UserName 0000 000 ↑ 000

Formatting ISBN

   * simply typing ISBN 3-540-60521-5 produces the special reference display ISBN 3-540-60521-5

$$$ Barnstar:

Be generous in your Barnstar awards. Image:$$$ barnstar.png|Identify Barnstar Congratulations!!! I hereby award a $$$ Barnstar to SomeEditor for Some Reason beyond the call of duty!

UserName ~date~ (UTC)

Test Templates:

'Test' Templates for newcomers' greetings and vandals' 'greetings.'

HTML Colors:

HTML Colors for use in color=color Wikipedia (named color) codes, e.g., in place of the color=#FEDCBA98 (hexidecimal color) codes.

Personal Detritus

Bold textItalic textInternal linkExternal link (remember http:// prefix)Level 2 headlineEmbedded imageMedia file linkMathematical formula (LaTeX)Ignore wiki formattingYour signature with timestampHorizontal line (use sparingly)Redirect

Principles

==My Shortcuts== {|style="background: #FFFFEE; border: 3px solid blue; padding: 5px;" |- |[Insert the addresses of all the places you are working on or otherwise access often. If you open Wikipedia with this page (in lieue of the Main page), i.e., bookmark this page, you will then be able to reach wherever you want to go with a single click.] |}

== ToDo == ==Welcome Wagon== MUST READ: Links for newcomers:

[Hint: You can learn a lot just by clicking on the edit this page tab at the top on this or any other page and seeing how the various effects are actually produced. Don't forget to click Cancel below the window on the right hand side— to make sure you don't inadvertantly change anything. Also, if you have made a planned edit, don't forget to Save page it, or your edits will be lost! Also, it's polite to leave an Edit summary (see above or below window), if you have changed anything, telling what you changed.]

# Sign Your Posts on talk & discussion pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date; three tildes will produce your name only; five just the date.
# Don't forget to use the Show preview button; it saves a lot of wear and tear on the computers, and keeps the various wiki lists clean of lots of unnecessary entries. Also, please don't forget to fill in the Edit summary. # Questions? ==> check out Where to ask a question, Village pump, or ask on someone's talk page XXXX
# Write to the target audience: A related question, is who should the pages be written for? Most writers are in college or past college. However, there is evidence that most readers are high-school students, or others not too familar with a topic. (Else, why would they be looking it up in an encyclopedia?) What is obvious or of minor relevance to a CS student or grad, may be very unclear or important to a high-school student, someone who is thinking of returning to college, or just someone looking for information (but not a learned treatise). Of course, Wikipedia has yet to define its target audience very well. * Discussion of Reading level {|style="background: #FFFFEE; border: 3px solid blue; padding: 5px;" |- |[Hint: If, for some reason, you are unable to fix a problem yourself, feel free to ask someone else to do it or show you how. (Check out the Welcoming committee). Wikipedia has a vibrant community of contributors, including many who are specially qualified, who have a wide range of skills and specialties, and many of them would be glad to help. As well as the wiki community pages there are IRC Channels, where you are also more than welcome to ask for assistance.] |} ==Really, Really Important things==

*For content errors in an article, click on edit this page or discussion at that particular article. * Sign Your Posts on talk and discussion pages using four tildes (~~~~). * Don't sign Encyclopedia entry pages, but do fill in the Edit summary block. *See Page history to see who has previously edited a page. *See the discussion page to see what these Wikipedia editors have said about the edits in progress. Check the watch tab to make sure you will see any later changes to a page in your My watchlist page. Check out Writers' rules of engagement. *See Vandalism in progress to report persistent vandalism. If it's serious, maybe 3RR violation or request for Administrator intervention, or if it's really, really serious: WP:ANI. *See Help desk for questions about editing on Wikipedia. *See Reference desk for factual questions (about everything but Wikimedia— e.g., "Who is the current Pope?") not yet answered by Wikipedia. *See Village pump (policy) for Wikipedia policy questions. *See Village pump (technical) for Wikipedia technical help. *See Village pump (assistance) or Village pump (miscellaneous) for any other (Wikipedia) help that does not seem to fit into an accepted category. *See Village pump (all) to browse all village pump topics at once. *See Village pump (proposals) or (perennial proposals) to check if an idea has already been proposed/discussed. *See General complaints for discussions on things that could be fixed or made better. *See Third opinion or requests for comment or edit dispute for help resolving an editing dispute. *See Resolving disputes to resolve issues between/among users or for making a user conduct dispute complaint. Remember, Don't disrupt Wikipedia to illustrate a point! *See MediaWiki support page if you need help with your own Wiki. *See Wikimedia Meta-wiki to view other Wikimedia projects. *See Peer review for incisive, constructive criticisms from others on a finished article. *See Mirrors and forks to report sites that copy Wikipedia content. *See Citing Wikipedia to know about citing Wikipedia. e.g., in a bibliography. *See MediaZilla to make wiki software bug reports and feature requests. *See Alternate Sites For When The Main Wikipedia Server Is Down You should bookmark the sites noted because once Wikipedia is down, you won't be able to access this page. *    IF YOU HAVE REALLY MESSED UP A PAGE, and accidentally saved it, simply click on the history tab (at the top) and then click on the date immediately preceding that of your change, then click on edit this page, then save the resulting page. This will revert the change. *    Do Not Attempt to Rename, Move, or Copy a Page Simply by Copying Its Contents; See Renaming, moving, copying a page.

===Spelling/Grammar checking=== Whenever doing anything but minor editing, copy and paste to a word-processor with real time spelling/grammar checking! :(or use a tool-bar with a built-in spellcheck such as Google Toolbar.) == Information & Resources for Contributors & Editors== {|style="background: #FFFFEE; border: 3px solid blue; padding: 5px;" |- |This is clearly not an exhaustive list. It is an eclectic collection intended to include the main features of Wikimedia, especially those not likely to reveal themselves easily to the novice. However, most of the very advanced features are not referenced here. But, if a question or article has existed on Wikipedia for long enough, you should be able to find it through a Google or Yahoo! search. (See Searching, below on this page). (Note for Gen X, Y, Z, etc.— Think of Wikipedia, and Wikimedia in general, as a giant adventure game, where there is always something new around the corner...) |}

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=== More Style Stuff: ===

== See also == === Other Links: ===

=== Map of Wikipedia Informational Documents: ===

Map of Wikipedia Informational Documents.    Click here to see a readable exploded map.
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=== Summary: === *Write first for the Educated Layperson (that's hard... But I would suggest using the "New Scientist" as a style example). **...then try to do it better and write for the beginner (that's harder) *If an educated layperson can't figure it out by following the wikilinks, then it's too hard. **Yes, we're experts (more or less) but we're writing for a general audience. We could write a clever, concise, deep sentence to explain something...but it's useless if it isn't easy to understand. *Eschew argot, jargon, technicality and cant. ===Formating:=== How Users Read on the Web * See Help:Editing <!-- and --> (For hidden inserted comments.) Indenting by one space causes this box to form and suppresses certain codes. ====Images==== To insert an image into an article, edit the article and insert

[[Image:FILENAME.jpg| -- | -- | -- |Caption]] For example, [[Image:Wiki Fairy.gif|thumb|right|160px|[[Wikipedia:WikiFairy|A Wiki fairy in the wild.]]]] Gives you the image on the right, where the caption is a wiki-link. To have an image deleted, edit its description page and put
{{deletebecause|redundant to image FOO.jpg}} (but of course you would insert the name of the FOO.jpg image. Everything to the right of the | is comment. ) ====Redirects==== * Help on Redirect * Wikipedia Redirect (formatting) * Avoid the dreaded Double redirect and self-reference. #REDIRECT [[NAME OF REDIRECT TARGET]] To go (back) to a Redirect Page itself (e.g., to change or delete the redirect), use the link in the (Redirected from Redirect Page) line, which appears at the top of the target page, just below the line 'From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.' (For this line to appear, you must first Go to the Redirect Page.) ====Box Formats====

Date rank - name main space
edits
edits
last 30 days
rank change
Month 27, 200x 000 UserName 0000 000 ↑ 000

====Formatting ISBN==== * simply typing ISBN 3-540-60521-5 produces the special reference display ISBN 3-540-60521-5 === $$$ Barnstar: === Be generous in your Barnstar awards. {|style="background: #FFFFEE; border: 3px solid blue; padding: 5px;" |- | Image:$$$ barnstar.png|Identify Barnstar | Congratulations!!! I hereby award a $$$ Barnstar to SomeEditor for Some Reason beyond the call of duty! UserName ~date~ (UTC) |} === Test Templates: === 'Test' Templates for newcomers' greetings and vandals' 'greetings.' === HTML Colors: === HTML Colors for use in color=color Wikipedia (named color) codes, e.g., in place of the color=#FEDCBA98 (hexidecimal color) codes. == Personal Detritus ==

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Edit summary:

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   * For testing, please use the sandbox instead.
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