[Taxacom] Rubbish, lies and hate by academic fraud Wolfgang Wuster on Wikipedia!
Raymond Hoser - The Snakeman
viper007 at live.com.au
Tue Oct 8 23:59:30 CDT 2013
Andy, thanks for your post here about Wikipedia.
Our good mate Wolfgang Wuster has spent several years creating a "hate page" about me on Wikipedia and has even gone so far as to put a robot on it to prevent corrections to be made.
As the material within it is either false in totality, or written in such a way as to convey a message totally opposite to the factual reality, it breaches Wikipedia rules.
Therefore please REMOVE the page for "Raymond Hoser" immediately.
Also you may care to look at Wuster's latest attempts to kill the entire zoological rules and code here:
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> From: andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
> Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2013 16:11:43 +0100
> To: taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu
> Subject: [Taxacom] Invitation to people who are the subject of Wikipedia biographies
> Some of you are sufficiently notable in your work that you are the
> subject of a Wikipedia article. Or you may know other people to whom
> that applies.
> I run a Wikipedia project which invites anyone who is the subject of a
> Wikipedia biography to record a brief (usually around ten seconds;
> more if they wish) sample of their spoken voice, to "illustrate" that
> article, and particularly to demonstrate how they pronounce their
> Contributors so far include an astronaut who walked on the moon, a
> peer of the realm, and the head of Arts Council England, as well as
> scientists, sportspeople, musicians, politicians, journalists,
> authors, and more.
> Typically people say:
> "Hello, my name is [name]. I was born in [place]
> and I have been [job or position] since [year]"
> Multi-lingual subjects can contribute in each of the languages in
> which they feel confident (in separate files; or one long file with
> pauses, so that we can divide it).
> A good example is the recording on the article about Howard Goodall:
> (you should see a "play" button in the panel beneath his picture).
> Further details, and a guide on how to contribute, may be found in my blog post:
> but I'm happy to answer any questions.
> If the above applies to you or to someone you know, please contribute
> a recording, or ask them to.
> Andy Mabbett
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