User talk:Martin Hogbin
Monty Hall problem mediation
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Request for Amendment to Arbitration
These diffs represent the sum total of ?oygul's contributions to WP apart from subjects directly related to the arguments concerning Tree shaping.
Hi Martin, I created an essay regarding the environmental impact of the Wikimedia movement on Meta and I am now looking for ideas regarding the project. I saw that you're interested in sustainability, so I'd love to hear your comments and maybe even have your support! Thanks, --Gnom (talk) 21:48, 24 March 2016 (UTC)