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This is Sebastián Sánchez. I am Wikisanchez in both English and Spanish Wikipedia. A diary with notes is being written in User:Sebastian/notes


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Other (not requested):

Works on Wikipedia


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Works on Subwiki

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Currently working or in plan to work

1. The domain name registration for MAP (see for general guidance, and ask @Issa for more help) 2. When MAP put its various repositories on GitHub; see (@Issa can help you with this) 3. For the various other reports of MAP that are not directly related to malaria, it would also be interesting to see more information in the timeline row on their motivation for creating that report (e.g., why are they interested in sickle hemoglobin, or why are they interested in how far people are from cities). There are usually good reasons but these are not obvious to readers. 4. It would also be good to have more discussion of how MAP is used by other projects. For instance, maybe you can use a few examples of how GiveWell references the work of MAP in its evaluation of malaria-related interventions Similarly, you might want to see if other reporting on malaria by other parties cites MAP work)

1. Reviews by Cochrane Collaboration, e.g. 2. Comparisons with other techniques for mind-calming and therapy)

Pending expansion

Pending timeline

Other pending work:

To propose

Subwiki projects

Subwiki purpose: "Mostly for in-depth exploration/understanding of specific topics, but still not in any sequence (so people can jump directly to a specific page)". Read this: [28]

  • Build summaries for organelles based on this model [29]
  • A table of plasmodia