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- I was an administrator for many years, but I've been away for quite a while and have since lost that status.
- I often use the Twinkle set of scripts to automate reverts, warnings, and related tasks.
- My recent contributions
- My recent admin activity
- Wikipedia is, above all, an encyclopedia, and should maintain encyclopedic standards.
- While wikipedia is not paper, neither should it be an indiscriminate collection of information. In short, Wikipedia is not Google™
- I fear that Wikipedia, by nature of its very design, tends to suffer from recentism. Articles should strive for temporal balance and provide only the most notable facts about their subjects.
- Articles should claim notability through verifiable and reliable sources. Articles about yourself, your company, your website or your band might qualify for deletion.
- Articles should strive for brevity, clarity and NPOV.
- Weasel words should be avoided, as should puffery. Trivia and pop culture references should be sourced, kept at a minimum, and ideally incorporated into the main text.
- Vandalism, in any form, is not tolerated, especially external link spamming.
- When in doubt, refer to the five pillars.
- Wikipedia:List of policies
- User warning templates
- Expanded UW templates
- Wikipedia: Manual of Style
- Wiki Markup
- System messages text
- Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents
- Wikipedia:Administrators' reading list