User talk:Kippelboy

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Hello Kippelboy, and welcome to the Outreach Wiki! Our mission is to recruit and support new Wikimedians and to build strong relationships with cultural and educational institutions. Want to help? Here's some stuff you can do:

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Mono (talk) 00:12, 10 February 2011 (UTC)Reply



Hi there. I am going to translate it:Progetto:WikiAfrica/Share_Your_Knowledge/FCAT to English and would like to add some lines about it to the next GLAM report from Spain. Is this ok? --Elitre (talk) 15:00, 26 May 2012 (UTC)Reply

Welcome to Wikipedia Education Collaborative!!


Hi Kippelboy,

The Wikipedia Education Collaborative is happy to announce that your request to join the Collaborative has been accepted. After reviewing your activity and the efforts you made in the Wikipedia Education Program it is clear that you meet the membership criteria. We are looking forward to seeing how your experiences in the Wikipedia Education Program will help other volunteers and program leaders around the world.

Please add your name and contact preferences to the table of members here, visit the Education Collaborative task list to see the tasks members are currently working on, pick any available one(s), or add a new task(s) you believe that you or others can contribute to. Thank you for joining and welcome to the Wikipedia Education Collaborative!

Selsharbaty (WMF) (talk) 23:23, 28 July 2015 (UTC)Reply



Per Wikimedia:Inactivity policy, your account is due for having advanced user rights removed. If you would like to retain these user rights, please post a message on this talk page and use {{Ping}} to alert me. Note that this message is being sent to several users who are in the same situation and many have never used administrator tools. In the past, community standards were more lax about who received adminship or bureaucratship and between this policy and a further solicitation of consensus, we are reigning in some of the requirements for advanced user rights. You will also be receiving an email from me if you have it enabled. Koavf (talk) 21:28, 13 August 2017 (UTC)Reply