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From the editors

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Welcome to the February 2015 edition of the Bugle!

This month's Project News page pays tribute to an unprecedented number of recipients of the WikiChevrons with Oak Leaves and every category of the A-Class medal. Congratulations all!

Last month seventeen articles were promoted to Featured or A-Class status, the highest number since May 2014: you can see them all, along with a gallery of new Featured Pictures, in the articles section of this issue. Remember that these articles and images would never achieve their status without the hard work of many reviewers -- we thank them all, and encourage everyone in the project to participate in such reviews.

This month's book reviews section features another contribution from Nick-D, while TomStar continues his commemoration of the centenary of World War I with an op-ed on the dawn of chemical warfare, and a timeline of events during February 1915.

Don't forget that if you're interested in contributing to future editions of the Bugle, please contact either of the editors, or post it directly via the newsroom.

Your editors, Ian Rose (talk) and Nick-D (talk)

Awards and honours

  • The WikiChevrons with Oak Leaves has been awarded to:
    • Nick-D: in recognition of service as a coordinator, numerous Featured, A-Class and Good Articles, participation in the project's review processes and special projects, service at the Bugle and being always on hand with sound advice. This is Nick's second award, his first being in 2010.
    • Adam Cuerden: in recognition of the unprecedented amount of media he has brought up to Featured-Class, which have helped illustrate numerous articles within our scope.
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