User:Quiddity (WMF)

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Quiddity (WMF)
Quiddity (WMF)
Community Liaison (Product), Wikimedia Foundation
"Whoever dies with the most toys perspectives, wins."

About me

I've been a Wikimedian since 2005. See my enwiki userpage, User:Quiddity, for details about me, links that I regularly use, and most of my volunteer contributions. I prefer to use the pseudonym "Quiddity" throughout, as a single name is easier for everyone to follow.

I live in Canada, and am interested in anything related to words, felines, connections, and design.


Wikipedia: en · bg · ca · de · el · es · fr · he · it · ko · nl · pl · pt · ru · uk · zh
Tests: beta · test
(and more..., plus my volunteer account's watchlists...)

My work

Since September 2013, I've been working as a Community Liaison, helping to ensure open lines of communication between our editing community and the developers, and surfacing issues that are important to our editors. Essentially, that means I try to read everything (twice), to point the staff and the communities towards documentation or discussions that need attention and input, to investigate problems, and to compile potential solutions. I do my best to learn rapidly, and make mistakes infrequently. I have worked with the Collaboration team (on Notifications and Flow), on Hovercards, with Community Tech, on various Strategy projects, with Hackathon organization assistance, an assortment of documentation-related tasks, and various other projects.

Disclaimer: I work for or provide services to the Wikimedia Foundation, and this is the account I try to use for edits or statements I make in that role. However, the Foundation does not vet all my activity, so edits, statements, or other contributions made by this account may not reflect the views of the Foundation.

Contact me

On my talk pages,

or via email (,

or on IRC as "quiddity". #wikimedia-collaborationconnect

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