David Still is an Australian student living in Canberra, Australia, and regular contributor to the "Wikipedia Weekly" podcast and en:Wikipedia. He completed high school in 2006 and is an avid debater, having represented the Australian Capital Territory at the state level in 2005. He is interested in computing and computer gaming topics, modern history, historiography and debating.
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A handy little list of things I should do, but may never see the time to:
- Completely rewrite the history section at Personal computer game. I was the primary contributor to this article at Wikipedia, and its peer review there revealed that the history had been summarised to the point of irrelevance. AT CZ, though, I'm at least in the position to completely rewrite it over the course of a few days.