|Where am I in the food chain?|
Over on the 'pedia, I am a Veteran Editor III with more than 16,000 edits. I've been there a while, but there are plenty who have been there longer. I don't always get it right, but I always try to be right and do the right thing.
If you've had any kind of issue or misunderstanding in your dealings with me, there is an excellent article/essay on Wikipedia editors with Asperger Syndrome found here that might help.
|About me and contributing|
If you're here because of an uploading issue, and editing issue, or a revert I've made and you feel I've made an error, please leave me a civil message on my talk page.
Because being on the Autism Spectrum affects everything I do, think, and say, whether it be in real life or on the internet, and since the reason why most people come to an editor's user space is to find out more about them, I ask that you read the "The Autie Pact". Written beautifully by long-time editor User:ThatPeskyCommoner, the pact should be read by all neuro-typical Wikipedia/Wikimedia editors in order to better understand how to work well and peacefully with non-neurotypical editors (such as myself). The pact is very complete, however, there are a couple of things I would add to the words from Pesky:
Those of us on the spectrum who enjoy editing Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons want pretty much the same thing the neurotypical editors want: to contribute and have fun doing it. And to do it in peace. Because unwanted drama and the stress that goes with it sucks.