Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Woodworking/Archive 5
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Coordinators' working group
Hi! I'd like to draw your attention to the new WikiProject coordinators' working group, an effort to bring both official and unofficial WikiProject coordinators together so that the projects can more easily develop consensus and collaborate. This group has been created after discussion regarding possible changes to the A-Class review system, and that may be one of the first things discussed by interested coordinators.
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Considerable work is needed on this neglected, nearly orphaned stub—an important issue for the woodworker for sure. At present there is no description about what wood warping is or why it happens. I added an illustration; it needs a good intro & solid description of the topic, and there should be a linked synopsis in the lumber article.
I am a retired Lecturer in woodcrafts, a past assessor for London Institute of City and Guilds, Author  and Web Master of  I'm also for the records an accredited Master Joiner and Fellow of the Institute of Carpenters.
I would be quite happy to expand some of my articles to help the project. All the images are owned by me.
Have a look at my website and suggest which articles you would like me to contribute to WikiProject and I'll have a look at it? Start with this, but there are more you may be interested in? 
You seem also to have neglected some UK Institutes? The Institute of Carpenters (IOC) 
Geoffswoodwork (talk) 14:56, 23 September 2009 (UTC)
Float is a disambiguation page and has a couple of entries for float tools, only one with an article. And that article is overly narrow. Expand? Contribute photos? (Nothing on Commons now.) --Una Smith (talk) 04:39, 19 October 2009 (UTC)