||Passion, hobbies, causes, passionate hobbies, passionate causes...the basis for numerous multi-million dollar entities, some established under the guise of non-profit wherein wealthy executives reap the financial benefits of free labor, or to be PC, "volunteers". People will pay to work or contribute however they can to be part of whatever feeds their passion.
||In Soviet Russia, Kremlin reads what you write on Wikipedia. In America, Kremlin writes for you on Wikipedia.
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Welcome to user page of Bri, founding member of Cascadia Wikimedians User Group.
In October, 2016, I partnered with Benjamin Mako Hill as a wiki ambassador at University of Washington Department of Communication for building successful online communities.
Once upon a time I was interviewed for The Signpost. If you're interested in why I dabble in motorcycling articles, the report is archived. You may find me copyediting completely random articles, or other topics I have a special interest in, such as the Pacific Northwest and military history. I've also created some articles and the user essay User:Bri/What's wrong with undisclosed paid editing. I was quoted in The Times of Israel's May, 2017 story Wikipedia vs. Banc De Binary: A 3-year battle against binary options 'fake news'.
In June, 2017, I helped revive The Signpost, Wikipedia's newspaper of record, and in March–April and again September–November 2018, served as de facto editor in chief.
Any and all solicitations for funds directed towards me personally have been announced in multiple venues and are documented here: · 2018 rapid grant proposal · 2017 Wikimedia conference scholarship (Berlin) · 2016 WikiConference NA scholarship (San Diego)