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Hi, I’m Minh Nguyễn (IPA(key): [ŋùīʔń̩ swə̄n̚ mīŋ̚] invalid IPA characters ([])), a software developer in the San Francisco Bay Area and Stanford Computer Science alumnus[1] originally from Loveland, Ohio, United States, Earth, Solar System, Local Fluff, Local Bubble, Gould Belt, Orion Arm, Milky Way galaxy, Milky Way Subgroup, Local Group, Virgo Supercluster, Local Filament, Universe. You get the idea.

I volunteer as a bureaucrat at the Vietnamese Wikipedia and Vietnamese Wiktionary, as well as an administrator at Vietnamese Wikibooks and Vietnamese Wikisources – and formerly the the Wikimedia Meta-Wiki, Multilingual Wikisource, and Wikipedia 10 planning wiki. For 15 years, I was also one of the folks who kept the main Wikipedia and Wiktionary portals up-to-date.



I added many of the first Vietnamese translations here way back when (sometimes anonymously). I’m still updating translations on occasion, but you’re much more likely to see me hanging around Wikipedia, the Vietnamese Wiktionary, or Meta.

I wrote the following entries featured on Word of the Day:

and the following entries featured on Foreign Word of the Day:

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Odds and endnotes

  1. ^ “Undergraduate Alumni”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1], Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, (Can we date this quote?)