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:That's a nice presentation, Arbible, very clear. One clarification, though. The article in question is [[Cyril VI (Atta) of Alexandria]] (cf. [[wikipedia:Pope Cyril VI of Alexandria]]).
:That's a nice presentation, Arbible, very clear. One clarification, though. The article in question is [[Cyril VI (Atta) of Alexandria]] (cf. [[wikipedia:Pope Cyril VI of Alexandria]]). Fr. John

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Hi Arbible, thanks for posting your information. It's nice to get to know you a little better! "Med Inform" means medical informatics, right? That's cool. What are you doing professionally now?

Also, I'm wondering if you would mind uploading your picture to OrthodoxWiki -- then we could add it to the OrthodoxWiki:User gallery.

Yours in Christ, Fr. John

P.S. I think I'm going to steal your discussion header and make it a template!

Hi Fr John, Thank you for your kind words. I am currently a Lecturer in Healthcare Informatics at the University of Bath [1], but I am about to move to Plymouth to take up a Senior Lectureship in Health Informatics at the Faculty of Health and Social Care/PPHI [2], University of Plymouth.
In Christ, -Arbible 13:16, November 12, 2005 (CST)
P.S. I lifted the discussion template from Wikipedia :)

Thanks Arbible! I like that picture better than the one you linked to before. Fr. John

Copyright trouble

Hi Arbible, just wanted to draw your attention here with regard to our copyright non-compliance. We'll have to make this policy more explicit. Please keep this in mind for the future. I've added a "source" link to the article. — FrJohn (talk)

Hello Father, I edit/create new entries on both sites (Wikipedia and OrthodoxWiki - see, for example, [3] and [4] and compare to OrthodoxWiki), so it's the same person in most cases, though I use different usernames in Wikipedia and usually even edit without loging in at all, i.e., a different IP address will appear at different times (my IP is not static). I started editing in Wikipedia before moving to OrthodoxWiki. In Christ, --Arbible 17:31, November 28, 2005 (CST)
Does this mean you wrote the text of both articles? If not, we still need to have an explicit link for the future, and on all other articles imported from Wikipedia. Even if you did some of the editing, if we use material from other authors, we'll need to have a note here. Fr. John
Yes, Father. St. Mina's article [5] is a complete rewrite from scratch by me (cf. previous edits), and St. Mina Monastery article [6] has been created and fully written/edited by me too on both sites. In Christ, --Arbible 17:39, November 28, 2005 (CST)
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nectarios (I created/edited this one too using username Kyrillos2 (to upload the image) and IP address
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraam_Bishop_of_Fayoum (I created/edited this one also using username Kyrillos2 (to upload the image) and IP addresses and
and many, many more...
A general problem with wikis is the lack of explicit authorship/editorship information, and of mechanisms to ensure this is clearly present in every article. (For quality benchmarking purposes an IP or nickname cannot qualify as proper authorship/editorship information.) This is a crucial quality criterion that we teach to our students - please refer to the following presentation of mine: http://healthcybermap.org/MNKB_Quality.PDF
In Christ, --Arbible 18:10, November 28, 2005 (CST)

(also: http://www.orthodoxwiki.org/OrthodoxWiki_talk:Copyrights )

That's a nice presentation, Arbible, very clear. One clarification, though. The article in question is Cyril VI (Atta) of Alexandria (cf. wikipedia:Pope Cyril VI of Alexandria). Fr. John