Hi, I'm Matt. I used to be an admin / bureaucrat but ran out of time and only stop in occasionally now.
I'm one of the original editors at the Muggles' Guide and have gone on a quest to keep it organized. Don't confuse editor with contributor; most of my work is administrative and I'm usually removing poor content and replacing it with something more substantial and useful. I don't create that much new content and leave those duties to some of the other big contributors of the book. I try to move around Wikibooks and help out where I can with other projects but the Muggles' Guide usually consumes almost all of my book-writing edits here. Most recently this is my favorite page to watch Muggles' Guide edits.
I believe that Wikibooks and Wikipedia have many similarities but also many differences. A lot of Wikipedia content travels over here after Wikipedia deletes it and I think we need to work together to better establish how we edit and participate in each other's projects. I think a user should have some establishment of activity here in order to have their content and arguments treated with full respect and weight. I say this because I think it's important to show that you understand "how it works" here and we can all benefit from some editing on each project in order to better understand the community.
This is a Wikibooks user page.
If you find this page on any site other than Wikibooks, you are viewing a mirror site. Be aware that the page may be outdated, and that the user this page belongs to may have no personal affiliation with any site other than Wikibooks itself. The original page is located at http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/User:Withinfocus.