I'm an administrator on Wikivoyage, and I guess Selfie City is also an imaginary city . . . (sometimes, with usernames, you just make them up and then feel embarrassed about them afterwards!) I make contributions to travel topics and create new ones, I've worked on plenty of destination articles, and I've done a little work on itineraries here and there. I also used to post up pictures on Commons where there were gaps in what their pictures covered, etc., but I don't do that anymore. I've also found myself reverting edits, fiercely debating in deletion discussions (e.g. Esperanto phrasebook), and archiving old Travellers' Pub discussions more and more since I signed up.
I also set up the Arrivals lounge, a place where those new to the website can ask questions (somewhat like Wikipedia's Teahouse).
I have made approximately 14,000 edits as of February 9, 2019.
Articles I created or significantly expanded
More-or-less in chronological order; not all are included here, but most are
- Pleasanton — significantly expanded and brought to guide status
- Guadalupe Island — it was created by another user, who then expanded it with my help and added information from the Wikipedia article about the destination.
- Del Valle — regional park near Pleasanton
- Monument Valley — brought to guide status on this website, and then nominated it to go on the front page of another online travel guide
- Superior (Montana) — part of my expansion to 8,000 bytes project
- Tracy City — part of my expansion to 8,000 bytes project
- Bordentown — part of my expansion to 8,000 bytes project
- Marshall (North Carolina) — part of my expansion to 8,000 bytes project
- Clinton (Missouri) — part of my expansion to 8,000 bytes project
- Jazz — created it myself and brought to guide status
- Geographical records — much of this is my work, particularly northern and southern points
- Motorcycle speedway — an interesting sport that unfortunately does not have the publicity it deserves. The article I created about it was done along the lines of Association Football in Europe with of course completely different content.
- Beaver (Utah) — this was a gap in WV's coverage of Utah until I created this article
- East Shore Trail
- Ohlone Wilderness Trail
- Hiking in the East Bay
- Maps — was created back in the early days, but was never developed into something very useful and was turned into a redirect for many years until I created a new, much more informational article about it
- Biomes and ecosystems — I created it myself, with some inspiration from Article requests. Then, later, created articles about tropical rainforests, subtropical rainforests, deserts, and Mediterranean climates as subtopics of the "Biomes and ecosystems" article.
- Indigenous cultures of South America — as of 15 September 2018, it is still not a very long article; however, it was only a few sentences when I first started working on it, and now it is more informative, contains a picture and a mapmask, and is more than five times as large (in bytes) than it was when I began working on it.
- Cuisine of Britain and Ireland — created this article, which had been on the WV:RA list for some time. It got plenty of input and some contributions from other users, and I moved some information from other articles to fill out the gaps.
- Mountain ranges — added some information, particularly to the section about North America; another contributor also added markers to the article, which was very helpful
- Hiking in the United States
- Wikivoyage:Deny recognition
- Table design in Severe weather article
- I created Wikivoyage:Arrivals lounge
- I've worked on some COTMs (COTM stands for Collaboration of the Month), including Bermuda and a collaboration that involved getting city districts up to usable status.
(Often used on Wikivoyage in discussions for simple naming. Usually two or three letters in length. Feel free to add your own if it's not included yet)
- SelfieCity: SC
- Ikan Kekek: IK
- AndreCarrotflower: ACF
- ThunderingTyphoons: TT
- Ground Zero: GZ
- Traveler100: T100
This city travel guide to Selfie City is a usable article. It has general information, but please don't feel free to improve it by editing the page.