|(Type ):||Grizzled Veteran|
|Native language:||English, Dutch, Basic French (reading comprehension).|
|Team Fortress 2|
|Favorite maps:||ctf_2fort, plr_hightower|
|Favorite hats:||Magnanimous Monarch|
More commonly known as R3N. in the TF2 community. I have been playing TF2 for quite some time (albeit on and off sometimes). I had always known about the Wiki but never participated in editing it (or any wiki for that matter) until it was brought to my attention that some of the Spy sections were a little lacking or displayed outdated or flat out false or unviable information. So I signed up around January 2011 and started editing a few articles, adding some stuff and cleaning up some grammar errors and the like.
What I like to do the most on the TF2 Wiki:
- Clean up articles for better reading (English and Dutch wiki)
- Add strategies and/or tips on improving gameplay.
- Partake in the IRC channel frequently.
- Add to stubb articles as much as I can and am able to with my knowledge.
- Translate articles for the Dutch wiki as it is severely lacking (has gotten a lot better now however).
- Update templates on the Dutch wiki.
- Keep an eye out for faulty edits on both the Dutch and other wiki languages.
Regarding past translations done by me
After being nominated a long while back and having received some constructive criticism regarding some of my (very) old translations being a little on the average side, I decided to run down my list of edits and reread articles I translated. I think I have fixed most of them, and most of the errors were unfortunate typo's that could have been seen in the first place with some double-checking. Anyway, thank you guys for the feedback and I'm glad to announce that my older translations are now on par with the rest of my work!
My Wiki editing 'skills'
In this section I would like to invite anyone who has something positive or negative to say about me to write something down. Anything goes! Please mark your post/sentence with either a or a depending on if your feedback is negatieve or positive. I think it is important to give each other feedback and I would appreciate anyone taking the time and effort writing something down here:
You've been doing a great job on the Dutch articles so far. Keep up the good work!
|This user is considerate of fellow editors and does not quick-undo changes that had good intentions.|