My areas of interest include: programming, chemistry, philosophy. My favourite place to hang around at Wikibooks is the Haskell book.
I also (very) occasionally edit Wikipedia, under the same user name. You can find additional fun stuff (like more userboxes!) there.
- A thought experiment (featuring Pi Zero's principle of collaborative substance)
- Discussion on the the Wikifiction proposal (an interesting exploration of some aspects of What is Wikibooks)
- User:Duplode/Why Wikibooks (yet another wikimedian essay)
Some books I would like to work on eventually. Most of these are big projects I will need lots of courage to dive into, so the very vague header is intentional :)
- General Chemistry (needs serious improvement in a lot of places, I don't even know where to start)
- Physical Chemistry (that would be a monumental task...)
- Computational Chemistry (maybe I could help a bit with one chapter or two)
- Mathematics for Chemistry (a favourite subject :))
- Linear Algebra for the Natural Sciences (this would be a very important book to have here)
User:Duplode/Trasnformers refactor (aka random blank page)
Drafts and specs
Less relevant stuff
User:Duplode/T (old template experiments)
User:Duplode/wb2pdf installation on Fedora (outdated)
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