Constitution Books
TypePrivate
IndustryPublishing
GenrePublic-domain e-books (through Amazon KDP)
Founded2011 (officially launched in 2012)
Headquarters
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsPublic-domain reprints (Gadsby &c.)
Production output
First official release in October 2012; 8 titles scheduled for 2013
OwnerReginald Routhwick (a.k.a Slgrandson)
Number of employees
1
Websiterouthwick.pbworks.com
Unified login: Slgrandson is the unique login of this user for all public Wikimedia projects.

Hello. My name is Dylan, also known as Slgrandson on select MediaWiki sites, and by my initials at IMDb and elsewhere. I am 26 years of age, and now live in Waterbury, Connecticut. I used to live near my home suburb of Stock Farm located in Roseau, the Commonwealth of Dominica, with my two sisters, a granny and a great-grandma, as well as my daddy, and edited for almost three months in the Bronx of New York City.

I am named after my family relation, a contraction of the phrase "Sylvie Lewis' grandson" (the first two letters are her initials). I am among only a handful of Wikipedia members to come out of Dominica, out of a few dozen more from the Caribbean region.

Though I've taken to articles on obscure topics when I can, I'm not quite here often anymore. As you can see from the infobox I've just added, I've gotten into the PD reprint business lately. Which partly explains my recent ongoing lack of activity on WP...and the way my edit total has flourished on Wikisource.

At this writing, three books of poetry await the Amazon kiosks: one by William Wordsworth, another by Edmund Clarence Stedman, and the third (The Wonderful Fairies of the Sun) by Gadsby author Ernest Vincent Wright.

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Les Troyens is a grand opera in five acts by Hector Berlioz with a French-language libretto written by the composer himself based on Virgil's Aeneid. The score was composed between 1856 and 1858, but Berlioz did not live long enough to see the work performed in its entirety. However, the last three acts, substantially abridged, were performed during his lifetime under the title Les Troyens à Carthage by Léon Carvalho's company, the Théâtre Lyrique, in Paris in 1863. For this performance, Berlioz added an orchestral introduction and a prologue. He was not happy with the result, noting bitterly that he had agreed to let Carvalho do it "despite the manifest impossibility of his doing it properly. He had just obtained an annual subsidy of a hundred thousand francs from the government. Nonetheless the enterprise was beyond him. His theater was not large enough, his singers were not good enough, his chorus and orchestra were small and weak." This is the cover of the piano–vocal score of Les Troyens, published in 1863 by Choudens, with a lithographic illustration by Antoine Barbizet.

Lithograph credit: Antoine Barbizet; restored by Adam Cuerden


My statistics (edit #10,000)Edit

Contributions
First edit February 23, 2005
(3:19 p.m. AST)
Contributions 10,000[nb 1]
Unique pages edited 6,135
Average edits/page 1.86
Edits by namespace
(Ties are broken in favour of the most recently-edited namespace.)
Namespace Edits Percentage
Articles 4205 42.09%
User talk 2765 27.67%
Wikipedia 1259 12.60%
Talk 834 8.35%
User 613 6.14%
Template 112 1.12%
File 94 0.94%
Wikipedia talk 33 0.33%
Template talk 23 0.23%
Category 23 0.23%
Portal 8 0.08%
Help 8 0.08%
MediaWiki talk 4 0.04%
File talk 3 0.03%
Help talk 3 0.03%
Portal talk 2 0.02%
Category talk 2 0.02%

Milestone edit: 139th support on WP:Requests for adminship/VernoWhitney (November 10, 2010)

  1. ^ From X!'s tool; tabulating the statistics below, this is actually nine edits short of the milestone. The number is based on the "Live edits" displayed on the page.