Hello I'm a Wikipedian editor and administrator who lives in Jedburgh in Scotland. I've worked as an engineer, teacher, consultant, an information technologist, lecturer and manager. I've worked for Rolls-Royce. I have spoken and trained about Wikipedia in several countries from Norway to Israel and in Monmouth, Gibraltar, most Universities in the East Midlands, Edinburgh Uni and UCI.
I was at the Monthly Women in Red meetings in Edinburgh - I was at #52 in August 2021 virtually. In October 2020 I completed trying to write an article a day for a year. I failed some days but I completed ~450 articles. My run of one every day started on 22 March 2020 as the first? UK lockdown started 540 days ago and lasted for ~360 days. In August 2021 I spoke at Wikimania 2021. (My ''Fourth'' virtual appearance at a Wikimania).
I was the 3rd Wikipedian in Residence (first British). I co-founded QRpedia, Monmouthpedia and Women in Red. QRpedia was donated to Wikimedia UK. It is still used in Bremenpedia, Joburgpedia, Freopedia, Toodyaypedia and in education applications in Algeria. I was chair of WikimediaUK when it became a charity and gained its first staffed office. I've spoken about Wikipedia related projects in Israel, Europe, America and Africa. Noted editathon at the Pankhurst centre.
Many thanks for your support and a special gift baklava!
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