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RoseParks is the email name of an active participant in Nupedia and Wikipedia. You may be looking for RosaParks, the civil rights advocate. :-)


Am I fooling anyone?


Well at least you could *spell* it right, if you mean the woman.---- I am not Rosa Parks...RoseParks is my e-mail name. I am a Nupedia member. I

1) Authored the Prounciation Guides- AME and BRE

  
2) Copy edited a number of articles
 
3) Researched and drafted our Accessibility statement
  
4) Am a moderator for Nupedia-L

and so much more. Surely you know who I am....


I can be emailed at rose.parks@att.net (mailto:rose.parks@att.net)


I am not surely, or even Shirley, so I have no clue who you really are :-(
Perhaps, JimmyWales, can help you there. :-).----

R P Sandbox


Disability Etiquette
Bill of Rights for the Disabled[?]

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On this Etiquette page, I'm looking for examples from around the net of similar lists. As you indicated in a comment, these rules of etiquette aren't really controversial, they are all over the place 'upteenth' times, in slightly different forms.

I think people might still be unhappy with the "Alternative Approaches" section, so maybe there's a way to tone it down? I tried to NOT tone it down, but to frame it with an explanation of why it has the tone it does -- to provoke thought. I don't know if that's the right thing to do, though.


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