I don’t have an article about me published on Wikipedia, but there’s at least one draft of one (rejected due to an illegal reference type.) It’s just there with all the other drafts, so I saw it when editing something else.
A few people have even propositioned me to pay for a Wikipedia entry.
(Jimmy Wales should at least get a cut when people do take up that offer, then Wikipedia would be profitable.)
There’s enough published (in actual print) stuff about me and video, audio interviews that I’d pass the reference, and some random people think I’m moderately interesting enough to write about.
But, I suppose I’m still anonymous until someone comes along and fills in the gaps with the missing references.
And then I’ll be paranoid 🙂
Originally Posted: https://www.quora.com/What-is-it-like-to-have-a-Wikipedia-article-about-you-When-how-did-you-find-it-Does-it-compare-to-having-any-other-type-of-article-written-about-you-Did-you-feel-that-the-article-characterized-you-accurately-Did-you-ever-try-to-change-remove-it
Originally Posted On: 2016-01-16