User:Pentium5dot1/Todo

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An arrow (<-, ->) indicates a redirect. All links in the "Pages to create" and "Userbox issues" sections are piped to subpages of my storage facility. If you create one of these pages, please update my storage-facility front page. Links in the "Pee Reviews in Progress" section are piped to the Pee Review pages (not the original articles).

edit Pages to create

Note to self: Clean out this section and move anything worth saving to User:Pentium5dot1/UN:REQ holding cell

edit Need expert advice

  • Famicom Disk System (PLEASE WAIT...INSERT SIDE B...STILL LOADING... - I can develop that kind of gag just fine, but for the technical stuff in the article's intro, I need help)
  • Peter Singer (a modern utilitarian philosopher; see Wikipedia:Peter Singer for the scoop)
  • Mozilla Thunderbird (I'm not an expert on either OS-tan or the Mozilla Foundation/Corporation. Mozilla Thunderbird was originally a redirect to Mozilla Firefox, which was also the only article that used the redirect (forming an infinite loop). The redirect was deleted because of its uselessness.)
  • ISO 9000 (one carefully chosen use of an Over 9000 joke might be okay, but avoid using the video-game-piracy meaning of ISO; are there any business-management experts out there?)
  • Windows Home Server

edit Pages to fix (minor)

edit Real content issues

edit Maintenance

None at the moment

edit Pages to fix (major)

None

edit Need expert advice

N/A

edit Pee Reviews in Progress

None

edit Userbox issues

  • Make a userbox that says something like: "This user has been blocked from Wikipedia, because (s)he is a total idiot/dumbass/loser"
  • Make userboxes (possibly Babel-style) about DDR players (?)
  • Place Babel userboxes on my user page
  • Make a userbox for Caltech students

edit Other

edit Arbitrary section break

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