Mainspace is where we keep the articles as opposed to policies, drafts, user space files and an amazing amount of other stuff.

Another easy and uncontentious way to make a few edits is a little image adding exercise I wrote. Or just look at the articles in this deletion queue   you can remove the deletion tag of anything in that queue if you add a reliable source that references something about the subject of the article. There are usually a few articles on women in that queue.

On 27 October 2015 at 21:21, Neotarf <> wrote:
Just noticed this voting requirement:
"... An editor is eligible to vote who:...(i) has registered an account before 28 October 2015"

Reading between the lines, I would guess that means before October 27, 23:59 PM UTC (just type "time UTC" into Google).

You have until Saturday (Halloween) night to complete the second requirement: " least 150 mainspace edits before 1 November 2015".  What is a "mainspace edit"?  I never did understand the "space" thing, but if it helps any, WP:MAINSPACE redirects to "WP:What is an article?"  If anyone is looking for a quick way to get in 150 edits, you might try a little gnoming with the Visual Editor--it has some new functionality with repairing and wikifying links.

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