If you know me, you know me: a voice without context, a real brick, an idiot at the end of the tunnel, a gal in the corner with a trebuchet, mildly bonkers, better than fish. Names are cheap, but descriptions stand out and can speak to the imagination in the most brutal manner.
I am also not someone you want standing behind you, though probably not for reasons you might initially expect.
I make things happen.
Behind every wiki, there is a server and a database and a team that makes it all work. For Uncyclopedia, I set up that server. I got that database. I organised that team, and then, once they seemed to have everything relatively in hand, promptly wandered off.
In practice I am basically the go-to gal to kick the Uncyclomedia server when it randomly stops working, though quite frankly since I'm not so much an ops person as a front-end designer and developer, kicking it is about all I can do when that happens.
I also work on various design initiatives with the Wikimedia Foundation for reasons that nobody has quite been able to figure out, though a popular theory is that it is because the Foundation 'is there'.