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My name's Matt Flaschen. I'm a software engineer on the Wikimedia Foundation's Core Features team. My Gerrit/Wikitech/Labs username is mattflaschen. I'm matt_flaschen on IRC. My primary project is Flow, a new discussion system for MediaWiki.
See also my user page on MediaWiki.org.
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Thank you to everyone. I appreciate your kindness.
I'm impressed by your answer at phab:T78424, which is a model worth emulating in several ways:
• The diligent way you researched and clarified the problem
• Your patient explanation of the function of the spike
• The helpful link to phab: T66778 and
• Your educating request for using diffs in the future.
The Kindness barnstar symbolizes that few people combine technical and people skills that well. — Sebastian 21:06, 15 January 2016 (UTC)