User:Wikiwayman

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I've thought long and hard about WP:REALNAME. I think that openness about identity brings great rewards for a project, not least in terms of reducing wiki-vandals, but how we go about the business of WP with each other (Wikiquette). However, as I consider Wikipedia a voluntary pastime, I have to separate it from my paid and voluntary jobs, which include professionally-regulated work. Therefore, my real identity is private and will remain so for now. For the purposes of WP discussions, male pronouns are appropriate.

wikiwayman
Noia 64 apps karm.svg This user has been on Wikipedia for 10 years, 6 months and 1 day.
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This user is a native speaker of British English.
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This uiser contreibutes tae the Scots Wikipaedia wi his contreibutions.

I support Scots Wikipedia with my contributions.
ACADEMIC JOURNAL This user has had his/her work published in an academic journal.
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WikiProject Scotland.
BAP This user is a Baptist.
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Chemical Engineer.

Did you know...?[edit]

Hydrogen disulfide Douglas of Mains Thomas Crawford of Jordanhill Glasgow Golf Club Cunningham of Drumquhassle Naviduct

Wikipedia interests[edit]

Reviewing DYK, particularly local history (of anywhere), with some science and technology
West/Central Scotland
Chemical processes and equipment
... and I have no intention of ever becoming an administrator

Articles[edit]

I'm slow at contributing, but here is a selection of the type of articles I've created:

Belt filter
Douglas of Mains
Hydrogen disulfide

SVG drawings[edit]

Scottish Coats of arms
Chemical processes and equipment

Photographs[edit]

Chemical processing equipment
West/Central Scotland

Tools[edit]

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