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What is your username? Truejim88
Please link to the wiki here: taekwondo.wikia.com
How many edits have you made on that wiki? I think I've added about 90 substantive pages, and edited quite a few others....about 900 edits in all.
How many days/months have you been editing there? A couple months now I think?
On the Special Pages → Special:ListUsers when was the last time an admin edited, and who was it? Prior to my edits this year, I can't find anything more recent than 2012. I guess Leona RebelSpark must have been the admin? http://taekwondo.wikia.com/wiki/Special:ListUsers
Any other information: I'm Truejim88 here but I'm just Truejim on Wikipedia. There I mostly contribute to mathematics and music pages.
- Unofficial response: (Please wait for an official response by a staff member)The only admin was Thacker, who didn't show up on the list because he had less than five edits. He last edited in 2008. --Tupka217 21:21, May 23, 2014 (UTC)
- Thanks! I have a plan: I already have all the WTF-style forms diagrammed (but not yet uploaded). The Taegeuk page shows an example of what I mean. I want to get those pages in good shape first, including references. Then for each of the techniques in each diagram, I want a page that describes the technique. "This is a low block, this is a high block..." that sort of thing. I'm trying to make the technique descriptions be style-agnostic, and I'm making liberal use of #REDIRECTs to accomodate the fact that different schools call things by different names. All in all, I'm thinking this might take about 300-350 pages to do, so the scope is reasonably well bounded. It'll take a few months, but I think that well before the end of the year I can have a good structural foundation in place. Hopefully along the way we'll pick up some other contributors, especially ones who can add ITF- and ATA-styles. Truejim88 (talk) 01:20, May 24, 2014 (UTC)