User talk:Steven Crossin
While I've done a lot on Wikipedia (happy with my work on Martha Logan and 24 (TV series), both GAs, I've only really focused on one thing here on Wikipedia, dispute resolution. I've mediated many disputes, back at the Mediation Cabal, and I'm proud of the efforts I made back in 2011 on the dispute resolution project. I'm most proud of the dispute resolution noticeboard, but it's evolved in a way very different to what I envisaged, and recent times have shown that it, and Wikipedia in general, has outgrown me.
I want to thank so many people - Anthony, Chet, Kirill, Molly, TransporterMan, Dan, Emily, and just so many others that the list is too long to mention. It's been a pleasure over the last 8 and a half years, I've been lucky enough to go to two Wikimanias and three Wikimedia conferences. I've made many friends on Wikipedia, especially you, Chet. Can't wait to see you, eventually, in the US, when you and your missus finally get married. Heh.
I think that's it for me. Thanks all. It's been a blast. Steven Crossin 22:30, 31 October 2016 (UTC)
- Steve, I wish you'd take a breath and think about this more. You're good here and this place will be less without you. Please think twice and hit the undo button. Best regards, TransporterMan (TALK) 02:13, 1 November 2016 (UTC)
Vaya con Dios!
And another editor has bit the dust. I'm sorry you felt so compelled to retire since you were a valuable contributor and member of the dispute resolution project and I'm going to miss working with you. I wish you a relatively painless retirement. Keep up the faith, and if you change your mind, you can always come back in a couple of months or so. But if not, I don't blame you. Thanks for all you've done for our project and I wish you all the best with life. Vaya con Dios, Steven! Lord Sjones23 (talk - contributions) 13:02, 2 November 2016 (UTC)