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Interview Request on Wikimedia Privacy Policy Changes[edit]

Hi Rjwilmsi,

My name's Anthony, and I'm Social Media Editor for IBTMedia. I'm doing a story about the big announcement re: Privacy Policy changes that are rolling out tomorrow, and I'd love to talk to you. Would you email me at a.smith[at] Thanks!


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Thank you for being one of Wikipedia's top medical contributors![edit]

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In 2013 you were one of the top 300 medical editors across any language of Wikipedia. Thank you so much for helping bring free, complete, accurate, up-to-date medical information to the public. We really appreciate you and the vital work you do!

We are wondering about the educational background of our top medical editors. Would you please complete a quick 5-question survey? (please only fill this out if you received the award)

Thanks again :) --Ocaasi, Doc James and the team at Wiki Project Med Foundation

Thank you[edit]

Many thanks

You're Invited![edit]

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A gentle survey for research purpose[edit]

Hello Rjwilmsi,

I am Bowen Yu, a computer science PhD student at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities. Currently, we are working on a project studying the main article and sub article relationship in a purpose of better serving the Wikipedia article structure. It would be appreciated if you could take 4-5 minutes to finish the survey questions. Thanks in advance! We will not collect any of your personally information.

Thank you for your time to participate this survey. Your response is important for us!

Here is the link to our Meta:Research page. Feel free to sign up if you want to know the results!

Yo Ho Ho[edit]

Thanks for the quick fix for nested templates[edit]

However, a question. I'm trying to categorize T158577 so it shows in the "general fixes" section of How do I do that? Headbomb {talk / contribs / physics / books} 20:38, 18 March 2017 (UTC)

Also, are T100656/T99430 a duplicate of T159958? Headbomb {talk / contribs / physics / books} 20:42, 18 March 2017 (UTC)
Yes duplicates, have closed. To move a task put mouse cursor on whitespace within task's box and click + drag to move to another column. Rjwilmsi 20:59, 18 March 2017 (UTC)
Ah, click and drag interface. Did not expect that. Headbomb {talk / contribs / physics / books} 21:25, 18 March 2017 (UTC)

"Nader El-Bizri" article for your attention![edit]

Dear Rjwilmsi, based on your technical knowledge and your role as longstanding master editor on Wikipedia, I wanted to bring an urgent matter to your attention: It seems that I caused some confusions around the Wikipedia entry "Nader El-Bizri" when I first un-did an edit with tags and then contacted the Wikipedia NoticeBoard & Miscellaneous Queries about it without knowing that a casual editor like me should not do so! Tags were placed on the entry and even some suggested that it should be deleted altogether, or that it was copied from the website of a school in Lebanon even though this Wikipedia entry dates back to 2008, and it is clear that it was Mirrored by the school and not the other way round. Some editors might have acted in haste but with the good intention of protecting the entry from vandalism. This Wikipedia article received over 359 edits since 2008, including some by you, and it has numerous links across Wikipedia and to many reputable external websites as well. I am just bringing this to your attention since maybe my unintentional confusions with my casual edits caused all of these editorial issues, and I do not want that my casual edits result in harm to the reputation of the actual living person who is covered by the article, and who based on the various Google searches has a broad public persona of notability. I have been dismissed by the editors who hold usernames since I am not registered via Wikipedia and I only casually edit here and there when I can. I hope you do not mind me bringing this matter to your attention... I have understood now that as a casual editor I am not allowed to make edits or contribute as such to talk pages unless I am fully registered with Wikipedia (or at least this is what has been conveyed to me through the talk pages by some users). Thank you for your consideration of this matter since I feel partly responsible for some of this editorial confusion and I feel I should not longer make edits... Thank you 2A02:C7D:36C6:8300:DCDF:6069:402F:B06 (talk) 20:13, 24 March 2017 (UTC)