User talk:William S. Saturn
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- Thank you all and Happy New Year! I have many new ideas for OR in 2021.--William S. Saturn (talk) 20:52, 1 January 2021 (UTC)
Re: 'welcome a bit' notifications
Hi William S. Saturn!
I've added you for the 'welcome a bit' notifications for review-ready articles for any topic. These notifications will be delivered to your email via Special:EmailUser; if you don't have a valid email set, please do it now. Thank you for signing up!
As new articles appear, I personally encourage you to follow these steps immediately, as soon as the notification is received and you have a few free minutes:
- Approach their author at the article talk page (if they're experienced) or at their personal talk page (this is more suitable for newcomers, as this is where they notice new messages the soonest). Tell them two-three most important things they can do to improve the article, and offering your assistance. It helps to give them tips from content guide, style guide, and/or some important questions about the news event that they're reporting. Remind them to edit quickly to get it published within 2-3 days after the event, leaving some time for review to occur.
- Edit a copy of the article in your personal sandbox. Aim to improve as many things as you can.
- If no response is received within six to twelve hours, then I would recommend to edit the article to completion and submit it for review. (If response or edits are received, then your revision would need to be merged into theirs.) Leave the author a note about what you have done, outlining the main two-three changes that have been made.
This should hopefully help authors and the news readers. There is no commitment; I prefer to do these steps with articles in my topics of interest (my country and my topic, i.e. science and technology).
If you need any assistance, or find a bug in how the notifications are delivered, please let me know.
- Is it working? Gryllida (talk) 09:57, 5 February 2021 (UTC)
Hello! I unsubscribed everyone from 'welcome a bit', as I am not sure who is still interested. If you would like to continue receiving notifications, please visit Special:EmailUser/Gryllida and write "Re-subscribe for 'welcome a bit'" in the message body. Thanks!. -Gryllida (talk) 03:48, 7 April 2021 (UTC)
- Yes. I'm not as active online as I used to be. Maybe that will change.--William S. Saturn (talk) 20:40, 18 June 2021 (UTC)
Hi William S. Saturn. I was wondering if you'd be willing to stand for ArbCom this year? If you don't wish to nominate yourself, I would be happy to nominate you.
07:50, 29 July 2021 (UTC)
Award of Journalistic Magnificence
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Thank you. /Johan (WMF)
18:14, 4 January 2022 (UTC)
Temporary change to article length
Hello. As a reviewer, this note is just to let you know we are implementing a trial from February 1 to April 30 to encourage more articles to be published per the outcome of a current proposal. The minimum requirements for article length will be one paragraph of at least a hundred words. At the end of the trial the requirements will return to normal (3 paragraphs etc) and there will be an evaluation discussion about the trial. Happy reviewing! [24Cr][talk] 23:07, 31 January 2022 (UTC)
Temporary change to freshness
Hello. As a reviewer, this note is just to let you know we are implementing a trial from July 4 to October 4 to enable more articles to be reviewed per the outcome of a current proposal. The freshness window is being extended to about five to seven days. At the end of the trial the window will continue to be at 5-7 days while we discuss whether to adopt the change permanently or not. Happy reviewing! [24Cr][talk] 17:32, 4 July 2022 (UTC)
- I'm still around. For some reason I didn't receive any notification of messages here.--William S. Saturn (talk) 22:19, 16 August 2023 (UTC)
Your (in)activity as a reviewer
again. As I see, your last review log was October 2016, almost seven years ago. Per WN:PEP, your lack of reviewer activity for two or more years would lead you to loss of your reviewer permission rights. Of course, you could've used the Easy Peer Review tool, whose actions aren't recorded in the Review log, within the past two years. If you also haven't used the gadget tool within the time frame, then a request that you no longer be a reviewer may more likely be possible. George Ho (talk) 11:25, 11 July 2023 (UTC)