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WikiProject Editor Retention
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Previous conversations about newbies, all in one place, so we can harvest ideas for solutions and not re-hash them[edit]

An un-opened gift from User:Penyulap

This is a library of sorts. Open 24/7. No library card is required and no fines will be levied.

Back on July 1, 2012, Dennis Brown said: "I'm seeing a lot of discussion in a lot of place regarding editor retention, but not a coordinated effort. This is that coordinated effort, a way for us to actually do something beside speak out in random venues."

Anniversary of an interesting discussion[edit]

Three years old but still timely. Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Editor Retention/Archive 20#Why should I contribute here and be a part of this community ?Buster7  21:16, 16 July 2017 (UTC)

  • True. But 1 out of 13 leaves a dozen that respond in good faith to the question proposed. Thats a pretty good ratio. ―Buster7  17:42, 18 July 2017 (UTC)
  • I don't see why it's necessarily hypocrisy. I'll take someone like Jack Merridew and his army of socks over a whole lot of others here. Joefromrandb (talk) 22:06, 23 July 2017 (UTC)

Editor of the Week, July 23, 2017[edit]

  • If you know Editor Rtkat3 or have worked with him, take a minute and stop by his talk page to offer Congrats! 'Editor retention happens one editor at a time!. ―Buster7  13:31, 25 July 2017 (UTC)