I was originally part of the GNUPedia project, but switched to WikiPedia as soon as I learned of it, and helped lay out some of the early category structure.
I am employed by the Open Source Development Laboratory (http://www.osdlab.org/) and am the lead coordinator of the WorldForge Project (http://www.worldforge.org/). I used to be a spacecraft propulsion engineer, and worked in the financial industry developing online trading software for Morgan Stanley.
I copied in many of the 'A' articles in from the BritannicaPublicDomain text. Here's a list:
* Aa River * Aardvark * Aaron * Abacus * Abalone * Abbadides * Abbess * AbbevilleFrance * Abbot * Abbreviation * Abdomen * AbdominalSurgery * Abduction * Abecedarian * Abel * AbensbergGermany * Aberdeen * AberdeenSouthDakota * George Hamilton Gordon Aberdeen * A * PeterAbelard
Here are some other articles on various topics that I've written:
* Audi * Oregon * Apple * Potato * Alchemy * Bryce Canyon * Call of Cthulhu * Gamma World * Gladstone Oregon * Shadowrun * Software documentation * Spacecraft Propulsion * Traveller * Techno-democracy * World War II/Guadalcanal * World War II/Normandy * Wikipedia NEWS * Cultural movement * Cascade Mountain Range * Astoria Oregon * Kabul * Terrorism * Geography
* Wikipedia commentary/Proposal for an Encyclopdian Recycling Endeavor * Wikipedia commentary/Kill the Stub Pages * Wikipedia commentary/Improving Portal Pages
Yer back, Bryce! Cool! --LMS