I've seen Jarry1250 around BRFA and other bot-related pages, and he definitely seems to know what he is talking about (both in terms of programming and policy). Seeing as there is something of a backlog at BRFA at the moment, another active BAG member would be very useful. Richard0612 19:53, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
Who would not be delighted to accept such a nomination? When I discovered the whole area of Wikipedia bots, I immediately saw an opportunity to put my reasonable programming skills (in this case PHP; I also do MySQL, JS, HTML/CSS and VB) to good use. I would like to think that my motivation has been steady; so far I've put in seven different BRFAs (4 approved, 1 withdrawn, 1 trial, 1 pending) and I hope I've accumulated a good understanding of the BAG and what is expected of its members (I wouldn't be here if I didn't), and that where I've commented on bot requests it is to add a new idea, rather than to spark the resumption of old debate. Copies of my life story are, as ever, available on request from my talk page*. or you can glance over my request for access to the toolserver. I will grow weary of Wikipedia eventually, but until that time, I would be honoured to be a member of the BAG. - Jarry1250(t, c) 20:41, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
Support - as nominator. Richard0612 21:14, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
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