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Tomasz A. Wegrzanowski. Wikipedian from Dolny Slask, Poland.

As you can see from list below, I write most about Biology/Chemistry, Poland, Manga/Anime

and Free software. I also write about Neutral point of view.

I also contribute to Polish wikipedia. See my page on Polish wikipedia.

Articles started by me:

  1. 1410
  1. Acetylene (translation from Polish wikipedia)
  1. Algorithms on Wikipedia
  1. Alkene (translation from Polish wikipedia)
  1. Alkyne (translation from Polish wikipedia)
  1. Allene (translation from Polish wikipedia)
  1. Action Against Hunger
  1. Audio codecs
  1. Audio compression
  1. Audio file format
  1. Balfour Declaration 1917
  1. Battle of Grunwald
  1. Berkeley DB
  1. Caffeine
  1. Chojnow
  1. CLU programming language
  1. Cola
  1. Color blindness
  1. Console emulator
  1. Cryptographers
  1. Debian GNU Hurd
  1. Diene (translation from Polish wikipedia)
  1. Doctors Without Borders
  1. Dolnoslaskie
  1. Drug Mix (Probably should be merged with Drug)
  1. Edward Osborne Wilson
  1. ELIZA (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. ELIZA effect (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. Endosymbiont (I'll have to check this article again)
  1. Freeciv
  1. Glycine
  1. Gtk
  1. History of Poland -- The Second Republic 1918-1939
  1. Instytut Pamieci Narodowej
  1. Internet in Art
  1. Interpreter (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. Just another Perl hacker (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. Kutia
  1. Legnica
  1. List of algorithms (was made by me as part of Algorithms on Wikipedia, split later by somebody else)
  1. Love parade
  1. Maciej Plazynski
  1. Memetics
  1. Most controversial subjects in wikipedia
  1. Neon Genesis Evangelion
  1. Operator overloading
  1. Obfuscated code
  1. PCX
  1. Platforma Obywatelska
  1. Poland/Media
  1. Poland/Music
  1. Poland/Politicians
  1. Political parties of the world (I put this into Politics, split into independent article by somebody else)
  1. Psychoacoustics
  1. PV of a Science or Nature editor
  1. Reverse transcriptase
  1. Riboflavin
  1. Richard Dawkins
  1. RIPEMD-160
  1. Rosol
  1. Sailor Moon
  1. Secure coding practice
  1. Security through obscurity (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. Sejm
  1. Social class
  1. Sociobiology
  1. Steelman language requirements
  1. Syntactic sugar (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. Szlachta
  1. The GIMP
  1. The International Obfuscated C Code Contest
  1. The Vision of Escaflowne
  1. Theodosius Dobzhansky
  1. Thiamin
  1. TLA
  1. Urea cycle
  1. Vannevar Bush Award
  1. Video file formats
  1. Waterfall Model (imported from FOLDOC)
  1. Wikipediholic/Are you wikipediholic test
  1. Words that should not be used in wikipedia articles
  1. Wroclaw
  1. Yukihiro Matsumoto
  • maybe some others
  • I modified a lot of articles, but I won't list them, 'cause I don't remember half of them.
  • / Talk and # REDIRECT pages started by me are not included on the list.

I also added images to following articles (I made most of these images for Polish wikipedia, they are public domain):

  1. Acetone (acetone)
  1. Acetylene (ethine)
  1. Alkane (ethan, propane, n-butane, isobutane, cyclobutane, pentane, hexane, heptane, octane, methylobuthan, dimethylopropane)
  1. Alkene (ethene)
  1. Alkyne (ethine)
  1. Allene (plopyl allene)
  1. Amine (primary, secondary and tertiary amines, ammonia)
  1. Ammonia (ammonia)
  1. Aromatic hydrocarbon (benzene, toluene, naphtalene)
  1. Carbohydrate (glucose, fructose, ribose, deoxyribose)
  1. Diene (1,3-butadiene)
  1. Ester (ester, esterification, ester decomposition)
  1. Ethene (ethene)
  1. Hemoglobin (hem)
  1. Heroin (heroin)
  1. Isopropyl alcohol (isopropyl alcohol)
  1. Ketone (ketone group, acetone)
  1. Morphine (morphine)
  1. Quinine (quinine)
  1. There are more images I made for wikipedia - complete list is on my page on Polish wikipedia in directory

If you want image of chemical compound, list it here.

  • (place for requests for chemical compounds)

Of course starting articles isn't main form of contribution on Wikipedia.

Rules I proposed:

  • Always fill Summary field
  • Always list homepage of person or organization article is about

I'm generally for Scientific Point of View, which sometimes, but not very often,

is in conflict with Strictly Neutral Point of View.

I'm also very annoyed by links like this: [ [ X ] ] s, and I often change them to correct [ [ X | Xs ] ].

The Proposal[edit]

Immediately before replying to emotional subject, one should make useful neutral contribution to wikipedia,

like starting or editing an article

It's impossible and useless to stop people from emotional discussions.

I think that human emotions should be exploited by such informal standard.

It may also temperate discussion, as people won't reply immediately after they got angry.

I hereby promise to more or less satisfy this Proposal, even if I were the only one who do it.

  • Jimbo Wales, especially I will do this before arguing with The Cunc. I promise. It's a great idea.
  • WojPob
  • sodium who rapidly sees what little spare time he has diffusing away :)
  • Ed Poor, hoping this will reduce friction with scientists and others regarding controversial topics.
  • AxelBoldt


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