Danielle is soon to enter the joys of graduate-student-hood. She looks forward to the sleepless night and that fact that once she really starts her research no one will ever ever understand why she is so excited, but will be annoyed but the stream of biochemistry that she cannot quite seem to stem.
The coolest thing about her are her pet snakes!
2011-03-30 13:42:10 Awww, thank you! —DanielleC
2011-03-31 11:50:45 Hey, you don't need to be so worried. I always see your edit comments, and I picture you throwing your arms over your head afraid people are going to accuse you of deleting comments. It's pretty clear you're doing good stuff to help improve the wiki. Which is awesome. Thanks! —JabberWokky
2011-03-31 11:58:57 LOL, Thank you! I have loved the wiki since I was a freshie and thought it was time to give some back. I just don't want anyone to think that I am removing their opinions. —DanielleC
2011-03-31 12:01:09 If you're interested in a somewhat bigger project, some folks have started integrating, rather than just archiving, comments. This makes sure that information from the comments remains on the page, and it puts it in a much more accessible form. For example:
It obviously takes a lot more time and effort, but can really improve pages. I don't think anyone's done more than a couple yet, but it could be a good trend. —TomGarberson
2011-03-31 12:41:26 As I work during the day, I have the Wiki's Recent Changes on a scrolling update on a monitor over to my left. I have to tell you that your slowly changing edit comments are some of the best I've seen in awhile. —JabberWokky
2011-04-05 15:10:47 Thank you! I am trying to make it more factually accurate like the Comcast page while still trying to integrate comments like you mentioned. Are there any other pages that need that kind of attention that I could make my next project when I get done with this one? —DanielleC
2011-04-05 16:22:44 Thanks for all your wiki-gnoming work around here! —PhilipNeustrom
2011-04-15 12:59:07 Hope you don't mind, I arranged the photos on the pages for your snakes. You can easily adjust the properties like size (that 400 means it's scaled down to 400 pixels wide), whether or not it gets a little black border, and how it's aligned on the page. The only thing that gets a little wonky is trying to arrange multiple photos relative to one another and relative to text—that's where the ==== comes in on Rua's page. It's basically a forced line break so the second photo will appear on the right below the first one. —TomGarberson
2011-04-26 18:47:41 Can't believe I missed that! FFFFFFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUUU!!! —hankim
2011-04-28 11:15:01 hahaha, thanks! :D We are currently working on building a facebook page for him so he can feel like he has friends too :P —Jennyfish
2011-08-01 11:30:42 Toll free numbers for rental places in Davis are dicey at the best of times: they often only work in California (or the west coast), so people either trying to arrange a rental or abroad on holiday or other travel can't use them anyway. —JabberWokky
2016-07-15 23:56:10 What you saw was a rubber boa. I have been walking around Putah creek for 30 years and have only seen one. It was close to the rail road crossing. I was very surprised to see it there but it was very obvious what it was —Robertw