2010 Steward Elections
I spoke with pathoschild on IRC a few minutes before starting this note and he said it is ok for me to vote as my two accounts combined do meet the requirements. The explanation for having two different primary accounts in the past year is found in the notes section of my ENWP user page. Please see and . A quick reference chart is available below.
I also have a special signature for these votes that contains both signatures (without the ~hugs~ being purple) with "delirious" linking to this here page and "jh" linking to my alternate account ENWP user page.
|criteria||project||delirious & lost ☯ ~hugs~||jh0367 ☯ ~hugs~||total||satisfied by combining|
|has an account on Meta||meta||-|
|has a global account||SUL||-|
|bot flag (links for home wiki of)||all||-|
|have 600 edits before 01 November 2009||enwp||509||375||884|
|SUL total edits before 01 November 2009||all||581||390||971|
|have 50 edits between 01 August 2009 and 31 January 2010||enwp||1236||245||1481|
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