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Joined Wikipedia on October 26, 2003. Administrator as of February 24, 2004.

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About Me[edit]

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IT Consultant. I hold a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in computer science.

My main interests, outside computers obviously, are mountaineering and scrambling, motorcycles and chess. I have been hiking and scrambling in the Canadian Rockies for the past 20 years.

My highest Canadian ascent is Mount Athabasca at 3491m/11,453'. This is a snow/ice climb over glaciers with a brief stint of scrambling. Summitted on August 4, 2003.

My highest USA ascent is Flattop Mountain at 3,756m/12,324'. Just a strenuous hike.


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I visited Nepal for the second time in 2009 where I trekked to north and south base camps of Kangchenjunga (#3 in the world) as well as did the Annapurna Circuit, crossing the Thorong La on the way.


I visited Nepal in 2002 where I summitted Kala Patar (5545m/18,192') in mid October. Unbelievable views of Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse and Pumori. A few days later, I climbed Imja Tse (Island Peak) (6106m/20,033').

Along the way, I got to see a lot more big mountains such as: Ama Dablam, Cholatse, Kangtega, Khumbila, Kongde Ri, Kusum Kangguru, Makalu, Lobuche East, Tawoche, Thamserku

For future trips, I'm looking at Aconcagua and Kilimanjaro.



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What is dab?[edit]

Fx This user contributes using Mozilla Firefox.

When doing a disambiguation session, I usually have something already in the clipboard for pasting in the most common replacement. So, like others have used "fmt" for format, "sp" for spelling, etc. I use "dab".

dab stands for "disambiguation" -- quick and easy to type with one hand while using the right to click the mouse on the "Save page" button.

Article Contributions[edit]

JavaThis user can program in Java.

C-4This user is an expert C programmer.

Some of the articles I have created include:

I have also created numerous articles on albums for Pink Floyd, Colin James, Bruce Springsteen, Triumph, among others.

Minor contributions include:

Mount Waddington, K2, List of climbing topics, List of climbers, Garry Kasparov, American black bear, X3D Fritz, Climbing glossary, Lake Louise, Alberta, Takakkaw Falls, Yoho National Park, List of Canada-related topics, Votes for deletion

Updated offline reports: Wikipedia:Offline reports/This is one of the most linked to disambiguation pages


The list of my personal images I have uploaded and given permission under GFDL:

See my image gallery for a visual representation.

The list of public domain images I have uploaded:

Album cover images uploaded under fair use:

Wikipedia Projects[edit]

I am a member of the following Wikipedia Projects:

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Recent Changes[edit]

List of mountains List of mountain ranges


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My bot CanisRufus and his recent activity.

Work in Progress[edit]


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Barn Star[edit]

I, Redwolf24 (no relation) award you this barnstar for your many, many contributions to Wikipedia and cleaning it up.