I'd suggest having a different category for that. (although I am not sure it is utile in the first place). 

To avoid the mix up of back end admin and academic content. 

Tom Morton

On 9 Sep 2012, at 23:21, Sarah Stierch <sarah.stierch@gmail.com> wrote:

Oh, sorry, I meant to say the Wikipedia articles about people who are Wikipedians :)

Both of them have Wikipedia articles and also state on their Wikipedian user pages that they are who they are.

-Sarah

On 9/9/12 2:30 PM, Risker wrote:
Umm, please don't do that.  Users themselves should be the sole deciders of what categories they wish to link to.  For example, I hope nobody puts that category on my userpage, and if they do it will be removed as soon as I can log in. 

Some people deliberately choose not to categorize themselves.

Risker/Anne

On 9 September 2012 17:10, Sarah Stierch <sarah.stierch@gmail.com> wrote:

Don't forget, you can also add the category to any women you might know who have Wikipedia articles and are Wikipedians.
Such as Sue or Valerie!


-Sarah

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