For information on me in real life, I'm a 14 year old currently in my near-middle range of my studies (middle school) living in the eastern region of the US (but I was born and I am from Sri Lanka, but I lived in Germany after 8 months of habitation in Sri Lanka. FYI, I lived in Germany for 3 years). I found Wikipedia in 2010, and you can probably guess what I did in editing-terms. From blocks to locks, and a whole community ban, I finally fixed my ropes up. I stand as a current sysop on en.wikibooks and a curator on en.wikiv, an autopatrolled user on meta and commons, and overall, a global rollback. I'm active in SWMT work as of right now, and I'm also active editing, even though school is a pain in the arse!
My stance on sysopship
A popular topic when it comes to in-depth Wiki business is the status of sysopship (another benefit from WV: How to be a Wikimedia sysop)... I used to be a big-time hat collector, which is someone who requests rights from the right (haha ;-)) to the left, up and down, and ends up with a big, fat Not done. I used to be one of those... one of those people. But now, I see it as a responsibility, and heck, it can be quite hard to maintain! A lot of pressure falls on a sysop, and one outlet of anger, once, can lead to a whole discussion on your ability to be a sysop. And honestly, you'll get old of the right soon, btw. Don't get your hopes up about it.
Some WV things I can babble about is that I edit differently. I don't edit on one and only topic... I edit pages from science, history to even English (and I am not fond of English!)! I don't really have a lot of pages I'm proud of, but a page that always pops up into my mind when it comes to science-related editing accomplishments is the creation of Geosphere and the revision of Plate tectonics and the structure of the Earth's crust. Though, when it comes to History, you can count on me to be the first editor there! I love History! Too bad History doesn't have a place in the world that can bring me ranks and ranks of money... but oh well! Some history projects I am currently developing/reviewing are Portal:North American History (my own small project, U. S. Government), Human Legacy Course, and Sri Lankan History (and scattered editing across history-related resources)... I'm also really happy of Reconstruction, but the quiz, alas, hasn't been created yet. Works I like to admire are Westward Expansion, President of the United States/George Washington, Revolutionary War and U.S. states/Virginia.
I also hold a bunch and bunch of accounts, and yes, I know all of their passwords.
EDIT AS OF DEC 16 2016: I edit with the 2017 source editor!
I've left an arrangement of random stuff for me to easily access it at any-given-time.
https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Help:Resources_by_completion_status - For projects/pages and latter related to the specified content
An essay I did.
User:Atcovi/To merge: Pages needing merge
Check out my Wiki Page on the Science Wiki.
Pages under "User:Atcovi"
User:Atcovi/Guidelines for a strong wiki community
User:Atcovi/Sandbox, User:Atcovi/sandbox, and User:Atcovi/Sandbox2
Three users I know of off-wiki: User:GodzGuy01, User:Alex12321, and User:Atef1975 -Atcovi (Talk - Contribs) 17:51, 20 November 2016 (UTC)
Reached 5,000 edits (noticed) on November 1, 2015.
1st Curator on Wikiversity; promoted on December 18, 2015.
15,000 edits across Wikimedia on December 26, 2015
20,000+ edits across Wikimedia on March 9, 2016
25,000+ edits across Wikimedia on August 9, 2016 (Exactly five months later, hehe :)
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