All I know is what is reported on her Wikipedia userpage
2014-04-11 18:32 GMT+02:00, Daniel and Elizabeth Case <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>>Subject: [Gendergap] Blogger and Wikipedian Adrianne Wadewitz died
>>This is to inform you that one of the contributors to this list who
>>spent a lot of time working on the Gendergap issue and ways to solve
>>it, has died in a rock-climbing accident.
> How truly sad.
> While I did not work with her on any gendergap-related issues, I remember
> her well as a tenacious reviewer of DYK submissions, mine included. We
> didn't always agree, but I never doubted her integrity and commitment to the
> ideals of Wikipedia and Wikimedia.
> I would note for this list her high output of featured articles, many of
> them on works of women like Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, from her chosen
> period of literary study, the late 18th and early 19th century, as well as
> biographies of some major and minor figures of that epoch (including the
> now-infamous [[Fanny Imlay]] article, one of the few nominated for deletion
> (albeit strategically) on the same day it was on the main page. Nobody *but*
> her could have defended that article on the talk page as well as she did
> (compare with yours truly, a few grafs down)). Oh, and a nice collaboration
> with another editor on [[Joseph Priestley House]].
> Are there any further details on the circumstances of her death, like where
> and what she was doing or attempting to do at the time? I ask only because
> they will inevitably be reported in this year's "Accidents in North American
> Mountaineering" along with the usual critique, and it would be useful to
> know before reading it since names are not usually given and I would like to
> know so I know when I'm reading about the death of an acquaintance.
> Daniel Case
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