User talk:Simplysavvy

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Hello, Simplysavvy, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few links to pages you might find helpful:

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Hi Simplysavvy,

I noticed your edit on Science Collaboration of the Month (SCOTM) and was wondering if you're interested in that project? I had a peek at your contributions and it seems you're racking up the edits pretty fast without needing any help. And you're pretty bold!

I joined SCOTM just as the last dedicated member left last year. It seems the prject had been suffering from neglect for a long time. That last editor went to Today's Article(s) for Improvement (TAFI). I myself haven't been that active (busy year), but am interested in both, primarily SCOTM.

You seem to be a much better contributor than I, but if anything was learnt from the set up of TAFI, it's projects grow from a few editors making the edits they can, when they can. If you want to collaborate on sciency articles, let me know!

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