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Wikipedians are the people who write and edit articles for Wikipedia. There are currently more than 750 confessed contributors (although there are over 14,500 user accounts and an unknown number of anonymous contributors). This arguably makes a community - see m:The Wikipedia Community. To understand how we cooperate (and fail to or refuse to), please read meta.wikipedia.com (http://meta.wikipedia.com). To read testimonies or theories about what motivates different people to participate in the project, see Wikipedia:Who, Why?

Here are different listings of all the contributors who have chosen to put their names. There are no particular requirements for Wikipedians' personal pages; some people write up a biography, some don't; some Wikipedians maintain a private catalogue of their work, some don't. Different listing methods have been created due to demand. If you put your name on a geographical listing such as Wikipedians/Australians, please don't neglect also to include your name on the alphabetical list.

Table of contents

Alphabetical listing

Listing by country

Please list yourself both by your nationality and also by your place of current residence! For example, if John has moved to the United States from Ireland, he can put himself in both places at once (if he wants to).

Albania
Andorra
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Basque Country (which most people view as a cross-border region of Spain and France, not as a country... but some Basque nationalists disagree)
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
Catalonia (partitioned among Spain, Andorra and France)
Chile
China (including all parts of China: mainland, Hong Kong, Macao or Taiwan)(Might include Taiwan, but some people from Taiwan prefer a separate entry)
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
Estonia
Finland
France
Georgia
Germany
Ghana
Greece
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Ireland / Republic of Ireland
Israel
Iran
Italy
Jamaica[?]
Japan
Korea (including both parts of the Korean peninsula, North Korea and South Korea)
Latvia[?]
Lithuania
Les Schwab Country
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
The Netherlands
New Zealand
Nigeria[?]
Norway
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Romania
Russia
Scotland
Singapore
Slovenia
Slovakia
South Africa
South Korea
Spain
Suriname
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
Trinidad and Tobago
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom
United States
If your country isn't listed above, add it!

Other listings

All lists are strictly voluntarily. Indeed, we encourage you to spend your time categorising our encyclopedic content, rather than categorising yourself!

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