User:Katharine Berry

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(Known in Schome Park as Katharine Schomer)

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About me

I'm 15 years old, and spend all my time meddling with computers and/or reading. I did AS Computing earlier this academic year, and next year will be doing GCSEs in English, French, German, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, English Literature and History. However, I hate examinations, and feel that they are a flawed system for working out anything other than medium-term memory skills, at least in some subjects.

I'm generally fairly picky about grammar, and hate it when people Write Every Word Of The Sentence In With A Capitalised Initial Letter, Even In Titles.

In the unlikely event you want to know more about me, you have the option of boring yourself reading my blog.


  • This wiki is a mess. There are fragments of user pages everywhere, and navigating around them is painful.
    • (The category "Personal Pages" should all be in the User: namespace.)
    • People should use subpages instead of creating new pages with their name.
  • Upgrade the wiki software - the current version is 1.10.1, and we're on 1.5.8. There are almost certainly some security issues with year old versions too. :p
We have asked the OU to do this - they say that they can't until October ...  :O( PeterT 18:35, 29 July 2007 (BST)
Is it not free, anyone could do it, no? --Marsbar9 Schomer 18:46, 29 July 2007 (BST)
It would involve a PHP upgrade, which I guess they're unhappy about doing. Which is a shame = PHP5 is much better than PHP4.
  • Leave comments on talk pages instead of in the middle of things. Following the actual page ends up much harder with lengthy discussions in the middle
  • Sign and date your comments.
I think you owe some of us an apology.
No I don't. I also advise that you make comments on the discussion page. Which is what it's for.