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Hi Aristeas! Are there any questions I can answer to help shift your vote from neutral to support in my Steward candidacy? You didn't indicate a reason behind the vote, but if you let me know what areas are of concern, I'll do my best to address them and hopefully secure your support! Regards, ⇒SWATJesterSon of the Defender16:47, 18 February 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hello Swatjester, thanks for your question! I’m sorry but my vote was neutral because you have much experience and are recommended by many other users (+1), but I miss multilinguality and (more) crosswiki work (–1); +1 + –1 = 0 = neutral. Maybe next year I will vote for you?! Best, --Aristeas07:43, 1 March 2011 (UTC)Reply[reply]
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