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TUSC token 0d2143de092c67c18c2277c4667fe01eEdit
I am now proud owner of a TUSC account!
Issue 38, January – April 2020Edit
On behalf of The Wikipedia Library team --15:57, 29 April 2020 (UTC)
A goat for you!Edit
Thanks for creating Hollis Hospital!
Thanks for "butting in' here - I am feeling a bit overwhelmed in this "argument", and the lightest of support is very welcome. Since the "sections" or "sub-topics" on this page were getting a bit extended I have done a little editing to make things clearer - including putting your comment into a separate thread. Realise I have probably broken a few "rules" (laughs hysterically) about what one usually does to a talk page but I couldn't see how anyone was going to be able to follow stuff as it had gone. --Soundofmusicals (talk) 10:30, 25 May 2020 (UTC)
Invitation to RedWarnEdit
Hello, Martin of Sheffield! I noticed you have been using Twinkle and was wondering if you'd like to beta test my new tool, RedWarn, specifically designed to improve your editing experience.
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RedWarn is currently in use by over 50 other Wikipedians, and feedback so far has been extremely positive. If you're interested, please see see the RedWarn tool page for more information on RedWarn's features which I haven't listed here. Otherwise, feel free to remove this message from your page. If you have any further questions, please ping me or leave a message on my talk page. Your feedback is much appreciated! Ed6767 talk! 14:08, 10 June 2020 (UTC)
Books & Bytes – Issue 39, May – June 2020Edit
Thanks for fixing the mess left by our (I suspect, largely mischievous) friend. I am not so hot on "tricks" with hidden text etc. And, incidentally, thanks for your constructive work on the article itself - while battling someone like [that person] the odd rational remark and sensible suggestion comes like balm from heaven! --Soundofmusicals (talk) 23:00, 5 July 2020 (UTC)