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I'm Christian Kleineidam. I studied bioinformatics (Q128570) at the Freie Universität Berlin (Q153006) and I'm still living in Berlin (Q64) today. From 2008 to 2010 I was a member of the Citizendium Editorial Council (Q45211127). I wrote the proposal for biology.stackexchange in 2010.

On Wikidata, I'm a property creator since August 2016 and an admin since May 2017. I founded WikiProject Welcome, WikiProject Properties and WikiProject Anatomy. I created the draft for the Living People-policy along with the RfC for it's adoption. I also created the RfC to allow links to redirects.

When making policy decisions on Wikidata I believe that the measuring stick for what decisions happen to be good happens to be about whether they increase or decrease the amount of Wikidata users with 5/100 edits per month. User count is more important then metrics like total edits.

In meatspace I organize rationality and circling events.

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