Wanna be adopted? if so I would help you on whatever you want: wiki markup, codes, image policies, anything! And all for free.
Don't you have anything better to do than continuously vandalizing my page? Stop. 22.214.171.124 23:56, 8 April 2007 (UTC)
- OK, crisis over. User_talk:126.96.36.199#Warnings_and_blanking. Let's all be friends. Tyrenius 00:32, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
- Indeed! Things never got like this at Uncyclopedia. Should I know where to report malicious Users and IPs? --UNDGRND 00:47, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
I've left you information about user pages and you've just gone ahead and reverted anyway without any dialogue at all. That's unbelievable. Do it again and you will be blocked. Tyrenius 02:00, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
- OOPS! I'm reading too fast... --UNDGRND 02:02, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Hello! I see your seeking adoption. If your still interested I'd me more then happy to answer your questions and help you out. You can respond back to this by leaving a message here. If you have decided that you no longer wish to be adopted, please remove the adoptee's userbox from your userpage. Thanks, hope to hear from you soon! Matthew Yeager 03:50, 30 April 2007 (UTC)
Request to participate in University of Washington survey on tool to quickly understand Wikipedians’ reputations
Hello. I'm part of a research group at the University of Washington. In April, we met with some local Wikipedians to learn what they would like to know about other editors’ history and activities (within Wikipedia) when interacting with them on talk pages. The goal of those sessions was to gather feedback to help design an embedded application that could quickly communicate useful information about other Wikipedians. We have now created a few images that we feel represent some of what our participants thought was important. We would appreciate it if you took a few minutes of your time to complete an online survey that investigates whether or not these images would be useful to you. Your quick contribution would be very valuable to our research group and ultimately to Wikipedia. (When finished, the code for this application will be given over to the Wikipedia community to use and/or adjust as they see fit.)
Willing to spend a few minutes taking our survey? Click this link.
Please feel free to share the link with other Wikipedians. The more feedback, the better! The survey is completely anonymous and takes less than 10 minutes to complete. All data is used for university research purposes only.
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Additional details about our research group are available here.