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Starting in mid-2022, I will be working diligently to proofread a significant amount of works every week, with the help of semiautomation and full automation in the wiki space. The reason I'm not doing that now is because of current IRL commitments, and because I haven't quite scripted everything necessary and worked out the details yet.
In the upcoming months, I'll be working on the following things: 1.) the technology to make proofreading easier and faster, 2.) a list of projects which will be picked from randomly on a daily basis starting in mid-2022 (which can be found here), and 3.) proposals at the Scriptorium, and other bits of community discussion, that will help establish my proofreading desires at the community.
Other than that, I'll mostly be doing incidental maintenance work, and perhaps some relatively slow proofreading efforts, until the time comes to start the mass proofreading project I plan to undertake. I will probably share details of how this project works for me, and the scripts I use, so that other experienced editors may use similar tricks with their editing time.
|The Green C of Completeness|
|I hereby award you this Letter of Merit for completing all extant PD novels of Olive Higgins Prouty. Inductiveload—talk/contribs 16:39, 12 April 2021 (UTC)|
Works made by me (all released into the public domain)Edit
Nostalgia (from my younger years)Edit
- Fantasy Writing (c. 2009), a cute short story I wrote that I only recently discovered in my trove of old papers
- Armaneens, an unfinished comic book I made cumulatively when I was in middle school
- Revengers of D'Equois, an unfinished novel I was writing in a notebook in around 8th grade
- Public Domainism (very haphazardly put together, only a draft now), a joke religion
My Wikisource opinionsEdit
- I SINCERELY dislike lowercase titles for works. I think title case should be required here. If you were to add a Wikipedia article for a book, for example, a lowercase title would never be acceptable. It just looks really, really weird to me, and this is against convention everywhere else at all except (some) libraries.
- All works that originated on paper should be scan-backed. If they aren't, they should be fixed or deleted. A non-scan-backed work that originated on paper should be deletable by default, especially if a scan of it is readily available.