In March 2006, Stewart finished his PhD in Mathematical Sciences at Loughborough University. His research involved computer modelling of diffusion in solid materials on the atomic scale. He has since had various software development/engineering jobs.
|Search user languages
Stewart has various tendencies towards maintaining the integrity of Wikipedia's content. These have varied over time, but here are just a few examples of corrections he's been known to make not infrequently.
|between A and B
|Inappropriate or Contra-Standard Use of Title Case
|Appropriate use of sentence case
|1st January to December 31
|1 January to 31 December
January 1 to December 31
|A dog is a term used to describe an animal that barks.
A dog refers to an animal that barks.
|A dog is an animal that barks.
The abbreviations Stewart sometimes uses in edit summaries include:
|continue what I started
|continue what someone started
|finish what I started
|finish what someone started
|redirect from incomplete disambiguation
|revert accumulated vandalism
|revert apparent vandalism
|revert unexplained deletion
|revert unexplained reversion
|expand pointless abbreviation