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 got mentioned in January 2019 in the Washington Post's story about Wikipedia coming of age because of Women in Red. I'm working on the #wikiWomeninRed tweetfeed and their projects in general.
I'm usually at the Monthly Women in Red meetings in Edinburgh and tweets to #wikiwomeninred get my attention.
I was the 3rd Wikipedian in Residence (first British). I co-founded QRpedia, Monmouthpedia and Women in Red. QRpedia 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.
I have worked on QRpedia projects in Derby, Monmouth, Johannesburg, Bremen, Toodyay, Fremantle, Odessa (etc).
Many thanks for your support and a special gift baklava!
- Portraits in the Characters of the Muses in the Temple of Apollo, Richard Samuel, National Portrait Gallery, accessed February 2010
- "'When I look back at my life, I can say I had one of the UK's coolest jobs'". Derby Telegraph. 2012-01-28. Retrieved 2016-12-07.
- Soulimane, Ghizlene; Kouninef, Belkacem; Senouci, Mohamed; Djelti, Mohamed (2016-10-01). "QR Codes and Mobile Technology Used in the Blended Learning Approach". International Journal of Technology Diffusion (IJTD). 7 (4). doi:10.4018/IJTD.2016100101.