Wikipedia:Notable people who have edited Wikipedia

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This page lists Wikipedia editors who are the subject of a Wikipedia article. Descriptions of editors below should be brief and without wikilinks.

Editors are strongly discouraged from creating or editing articles about themselves; see the conflict of interest guideline for more information.



Robert AbbottRobert Abbott (talk · contribs)
American game inventor
Isaac AbellaIdabella123 (talk · contribs)
Professor of Physics at The University of Chicago
Brian ActonBrianacton (talk · contribs)
American social media entrepreneur/programmer
Scott AdamsDilguy (talk · contribs)
American cartoonist of Dilbert and writer
Mark AdlerDradler (talk · contribs)
American mathematician, physicist, and computer scientist best known for work in data compression
Gerry AlanguilanKomikero~enwiki (talk · contribs)
Filipino comic book artist and writer
Johnny AlegreBuszmail (talk · contribs)
Filipino musician
Amir AlexanderAmiralexander (talk · contribs)
Israeli historian
Lexi AlexanderLexi Alexander (talk · contribs)
German film and television director
Jim Al-KhaliliPhs1ja (talk · contribs)
Iraqi British theoretical physicist author and broadcaster
Ted AllenTedrallen (talk · contribs)
Queer Eye for the Straight Guy star and journalist
Harald Tveit AlvestrandAlvestrand (talk · contribs)
Norwegian computer scientist
Evan AmosEvan-Amos (talk · contribs)
American video gaming photographer
Kurt AndersenKbandersen (talk · contribs)
Magazine editor and radio producer/host
Steffan AndrewsLapinJ (talk · contribs)
Television composer
Ashkanov ApollonAshkaninho (talk · contribs)
American soccer player
Marty AppelMartyappel (talk · contribs)
Baseball writer
Kwame Anthony AppiahKAAppiah (talk · contribs)
Philosopher and author
Marco (talk · contribs)
American developer, podcaster, and technology writer
Arnold ArreArncyn (talk · contribs)
Filipino comic book writer and artist
Raymond ArrittShock Brigade Harvester Boris (talk · contribs)
American agronomist; died in November 2018
Debito ArudouArudoudebito (talk · contribs)
Japanese author and activist
Pete AshdownPashdown (talk · contribs)
Internet entrepreneur, ran for U.S. Senate in Utah in 2006
Erik Ian AsphaugErik Asphaug (talk · contribs)
Loyd AuerbachLoyd Auerbach (talk · contribs)
Parapsychologist, stage performer of magic, author
Jerry AvenaimJerry Avenaim (talk · contribs)
American photographer known for images of celebrities
Dionysia-Theodora AvgerinopoulouAvgerinopoulou Dionysia-Theodora (talk · contribs) and Avgerinopoulou (talk · contribs)
Greek politician


John C. BaezJohn Baez (talk · contribs)
Mathematical physicist
Alice BagAlicebag (talk · contribs)
American punk rocker
Nicholson BakerWageless (talk · contribs)
Novelist and critic
Ann BannonAnn Bannon (talk · contribs)
Writer, academic
Paul BarbeauPaul Barbeau (talk · contribs)
Canadian film maker
Jorn BargerRobotwisdom (talk · contribs)
Blogging pioneer, coined the term "weblog"
Grant BarrettGrantBarrett (talk · contribs)
American lexicographer, host of public radio's syndicated A Way with Words
Stephen BarrettSbinfo (talk · contribs)
Webmaster of Quackwatch, American physician critical of alternative medicine
Jason Barry-SmithJason Barry-Smith (talk · contribs)
Opera singer
Leo BaxendaleLeo Baxendale (talk · contribs)
Comics artist at DC Thomson and Fleetway
Jeffrey BeallDenverjeffrey (talk · contribs)
Librarian at Auraria Library and associate professor at University of Colorado, Denver
Jon-Erik BeckjordBeckjord (talk · contribs)
Paranormal investigator and photographer; died in 2008
Carl Bell (physician)Carlcbellmd (talk · contribs)
American psychiatrist
Gordon BellCgordonbell (talk · contribs)
Computer scientist, Turing award winner
Aaron Ben-Ze'evAaronbz (talk · contribs)
Israeli philosopher
Medea Benjaminmedeabenjamin (talk · contribs)
U.S. political activist, founder of Code Pink and Global Exchange
Natalie BennettNatalieben (talk · contribs)
Australian–British politician and former leader of the Green Party of England and Wales
Chip BerletCberlet (talk · contribs)
American investigative journalist and author
Tim Berners-LeeTimbl (talk · contribs)
The inventor of the World Wide Web
Justin BerryJustinBerry (talk · contribs)
American teenage webcam pornographer, subject of a New York Times article
Theodore C. BestorTed Bestor (talk · contribs) and Tedsushi (talk · contribs)
American anthropologist
Kristen BicknellKristenbicknell (talk · contribs)
Professional poker player
Volodymyr BiletskyyБілецький В.С. (talk · contribs)
Ukrainian scientist, politician, activist
Stanley BingLazenby (talk · contribs)
Columnist for Fortune magazine
Cindy BlackstockCblackst (talk · contribs)
Canadian activist for child welfare
Yaroslav BlanterYmblanter (talk · contribs)
Russian Physicist, highly active prolific contributor on several WMF projects
Andy BlochAndyBloch (talk · contribs)
American professional poker player
Mitchell BlockMwblock (talk · contribs)
American filmmaker
C. George BoereeCgboeree (talk · contribs)
Creator of the constructed language Lingua Franca Nova
Igor Bogdanov (Bogdanov Affair) – Igor B. (talk · contribs)
Co-creator of published but controversial study on the Big Bang
Matilde BorromeoMatilde borromeo (talk · contribs)
Italian noblewoman and equestrian
Derrick BostromDbostrom (talk · contribs)
Drummer and founding member of Meat Puppets
Patrice BouchetPbouchet (talk · contribs)
French astrophysicist best known for his discovery of the Rings of Neptune
Jonathan BowenJpbowen (talk · contribs)
Computer Science professor at London South Bank University
Jason BoxJasonebox (talk · contribs)
Glaciologist and expert on Greenland
Joshua BoyleSherurcij (talk · contribs)
Canadian hostage held in Afghanistan from 2012 to 2017[1]
Walter J. BoyneWboyne (talk · contribs)
Pilot, author, National Aviation Hall of Famer
Tim BrayTimBray (talk · contribs)
One of the creators of XML and employee of Sun Microsystems
Jim BreenJimbreen (talk · contribs)
Japanese-language researcher
Anders Behring BreivikConservatism (talk · contribs)
Norwegian terrorist – currently in prison
Fredrick BrennanFredrickBrennan (talk · contribs), Fredrick R. Brennan (talk · contribs) and Psiĥedelisto (talk · contribs)
American software developer, creator of 8chan
Shane BriantShane Briant (talk · contribs)
British-Australian actor and novelist
Poppy Z. BritePzbrite (talk · contribs)
American author
Adam BromleyAdamjamesbromley (talk · contribs)
British radio producer, edits articles related to shows he works on
Aaron Brown (financial author)AaCBrown (talk · contribs)
American Finance Professor and author
Sheldon Brown (bicycle mechanic)Sheldon Brown (talk · contribs)
Bicycle mechanic; died February 4, 2008
Ed BrubakerEd Brubaker (talk · contribs)
American comic book writer
Kevin BurdetteBurdettekevin (talk · contribs)
Bass opera singer
Mark Burgess (children's author)Marcus civis (talk · contribs)
Children's author
Daniel BurtonDanpburton (talk · contribs)
Polar explorer
Sharon Dahlonega Raiford Bush37Celcius (talk · contribs)
American television newscaster and print journalist
Patrick M. ByrnePatrickByrne (talk · contribs) founder & CEO
Osman Khalid ButtOsmankbutt (talk · contribs)
Pakistani actor
Tim ButcherTimbobutcher (talk · contribs)
English journalist, broadcaster, and author


Rogers CadenheadRcade (talk · contribs)
Technology author
Joseph A. CafassoPeppetters (talk · contribs)
Former Fox News Counterterrorism & Military Editor
Paxus CaltaPaxuscalta (talk · contribs)
Anti-nuclear activist
Ramsey CampbellRamsey Campbell (talk · contribs)
English horror fiction author, editor and critic
T. Colin Campbelltcc1 (talk · contribs)
Nutritionist and author
David CampitiDavidcampiti (talk · contribs)
Writer and publisher
James CantorJames Cantor (talk · contribs)
Professional sex researcher
Maximum CapacityMaxcapacity (talk · contribs)
Professional wrestler, died in 2014
Edward CaraballoHonest1too (talk · contribs)
Photojournalist released from an Afghan prison
Manuel CardonaCardonaUSA (talk · contribs)
Andrew CarnieAndrewCarnie (talk · contribs)
Lee CarrollLcarroll (talk · contribs)
New Age channeller, speaker and author of Indigo children books
Bryce CaseYtcracker (talk · contribs)
Former computer hacker turned Nerdcore hip hop performer
Ian CastlesIan Castles (talk · contribs)
Economic commentator and former Australian Statistician
Charles CecilCharcecil (talk · contribs)
Game designer and co-founder of Revolution Software
Christopher Cerf (musician and television producer)ChrisCerf (talk · contribs)
Author, composer-lyricist, and record and television producer
CGP GreyCGPGrey (talk · contribs)
Creator of educational YouTube videos
Aimee Challenoraimeec110 (talk · contribs)
British politician and transgender activist
Paul "ReDeYe" ChalonerRedeye27 (talk · contribs)
eSports commentator, caster, and program host, created own page
Caleb ChanCc21002 (talk · contribs)
Television series composer
Ken ChantKdchant (talk · contribs)
Australian Pentecostal pastor, author and educator
Kyle Chapman (New Zealand activist)NZTrooper (talk · contribs)
New Zealand fascist
Suw Charman-AndersonMinxette (talk · contribs)
Journalist, writer, consultant, campaigner
Rimi B. ChatterjeeRimibchatterjee (talk · contribs)
Indian novelist and academic
Noel ChiappaJnc (talk · contribs)
Internet pioneer, an early and very active Wikipedian who gave up on the project after a dispute involving his area of expertise
Anvar ChingizogluEnver62 (talk · contribs)
Azerbaijani historian
Atul ChitnisAchitnis (talk · contribs)
Consulting technologist, organizer of FOSS.IN; deceased
Ward ChristensenWardXmodem (talk · contribs)
Founder of CBBS, the first bulletin board system
Neil CicieregaTrapezzoid (talk · contribs)
Internet personality, comedian, filmmaker, and musician
John Clark (actor/director)JohnClarknew (talk · contribs)
Actor/director and ex-husband and manager of Lynn Redgrave
Keith CodeKeith code (talk · contribs)
Motorcycle racer, instructor, and author
Noam CohenChomsky1 (talk · contribs)
American journalist and author
Steve Cohen (magician)Chambermagic (talk · contribs)
Loren ColemanCryptozoo (talk · contribs)
Cryptozoologist and author
Steve ColemanMbase1235 (talk · contribs)
Jazz musician
Finghin CollinsFinghin (talk · contribs)
Irish pianist
William ConnolleyWilliam M. Connolley (talk · contribs)
Climate modeller and scientist
David Conway (music historian)Smerus (talk · contribs)
Music historian
Maryann CorbettMaryannz (talk · contribs)
Piers CorbynPiersCorbyn (talk · contribs)
Conspiracy theorist, brother of Jeremy Corbyn
Tina CornelyTinacornely (talk · contribs)
American philanthropist
Manu CornetManu.Cornet (talk · contribs)
French programmer, cartoonist, writer and musician
Kimberley CornishKimberley Cornish (talk · contribs)
Author of the The Jew of Linz, and speaker at Holocaust denial conference
Alan CoxAlanCox (talk · contribs)
Programmer heavily involved in the development of the Linux kernel since its early days in 1991
Alex CoxAlexcox (talk · contribs)
Film director and writer
Nikki CraftNikkicraft (talk · contribs)
Naturist activist turned feminist blogger and occasional lecturer
Kathryn CramerPleasantville (talk · contribs)
Science fiction editor
Jan CremersJMB Cremers (talk · contribs)
Sociologist and former politician
Lee Daniel CrockerLee Daniel Crocker (talk · contribs)
Computer programmer, known for rewriting the software upon which Wikipedia runs
Mark CubanMcuban (talk · contribs)
Entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks
Ward CunninghamWardCunningham (talk · contribs)
Computer programmer, developer of the first wiki
Constance CumbeyCumbey (talk · contribs)
Former national officer for the National Association of Women Lawyers, New Age Christian author
Richard CytowicCytowic (talk · contribs)
Neuroscientist and author noted for rediscovering synesthesia
Anthony CzarnikAWCzarnik (talk · contribs)
Chemist and inventor


Luis Da SilvaLuisdasilvajr (talk · contribs)
American basketball player and actor
Mark DacascosHapaohana7 (talk · contribs)
American actor and martial artist
Andrew DalbyAndrew Dalby (talk · contribs)
Writer on language history and food history
Lisa Daniels (TV presenter)LisaDaniels (talk · contribs)
NBC journalist
Mike DashMikedash (talk · contribs)
Welsh writer, journalist, researcher, and editor and publisher of the journal Fortean Times
Joseph DavidovitsJDavidovits (talk · contribs)
Materials scientist, inventor of geopolymer chemistry
Richard DawkinsRichardDawkins (talk · contribs)
Biologist and author
Felicia DayWatchtheguild (talk · contribs)
American actress and creator of The Guild
Walter DayWalter_Day (talk · contribs)
Founder of the US National Video Game team and Twin Galaxies, a video game high score record keeping organization
Daniel DeBourgDanieldb13 (talk · contribs)
English pop singer, songwriter, former dancer and model
Bernie De KovenMajorfun (talk · contribs)
American game designer, author, and lecturer
Erik DemaineEdemaine (talk · contribs)
Associate Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, possibly the youngest professor in the history of MIT
Paweł DembowskiAusir (talk · contribs)
Founder of the Fallout Wiki
Christian de QuinceyChristian de Quincey (talk · contribs)
Philosopher and New Age author
Hossein DerakhshanHoder (talk · contribs) Derakhshan (talk · contribs)
Iranian-Canadian journalist and weblogger
Betsy DevineBetsythedevine (talk · contribs)
Journalist, author, and blogger
Florence DevouardAnthere (talk · contribs)
Member of Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees
John Dickerson (journalist)Jfdickerson (talk · contribs)
Journalist, CIA leak recipient
Thomas DickeyTedickey (talk · contribs)
Free software developer
Mike DickisonGiantflightlessbirds (talk · contribs)
Entomologist and museum curator, New Zealand Wikipedian at Large from 2018 to 2019
Jonas DiegoJonasdiego (talk · contribs)
Filipino comic book artist and writer
Oscar van DillenOscar (talk · contribs)
Dutch musician, composer, and member of Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees
Cory DoctorowDoctorow (talk · contribs)
Author in favor of liberalizing copyright laws
Hootan DolatiHootandolati (talk · contribs)
Iranian politician and political prisoner
Piotr DomaradzkiBelissarius (talk · contribs)
Polish American journalist, essayist and historian
Mark Jason DominusDominus (talk · contribs)
Co-founder of Kibology, acclaimed Perl programmer
Mike DoughtyMikeydough (talk · contribs)
Singer/songwriter, poet
K. Eric DrexlerEric Drexler (talk · contribs)
Elonka DuninElonka (talk · contribs)
Professional game developer, amateur cryptographer, and an expert on the Kryptos sculpture
Brian Dunning (author)Briandunning (talk · contribs)
American writer and producer
George DvorskyGdvorsky (talk · contribs)
Transhumanist writer and speaker


East Bay Ray – supposedly Dead-kennedys (talk · contribs) and RobertW (talk · contribs)
Guitarist and sometime composer and producer with Dead Kennedys
John C. Eastman - Jeastman (talk · contribs)
American legal scholar; drew controversy for statements made during the presidency of Donald Trump
Richard EbelingRichard Ebeling (talk · contribs)
Libertarian author
Roger EbertRebert (talk · contribs)
Film critic and writer; died in 2013
Andrew EdgeAndreasegde (talk · contribs)
English musician
Nick EganNick Egan (talk · contribs)
British visual design artist, and director of music videos, commercials and film
Ian EisenbergIan Eisenberg (talk · contribs)
Seattle businessperson
Rebecca EisenbergRleise (talk · contribs)
American lawyer and writer
Elizabeth ElliottLcrippes (talk · contribs)
American novelist
Wesley R. ElsberryWesley R. Elsberry (talk · contribs)
Marine biologist
Peter EntwislePeter Entwisle (talk · contribs)
Historian, art curator; died in 2018
David EppsteinDavid Eppstein (talk · contribs)
Computer science professor
Kelley EskridgeKelleyeskridge (talk · contribs)
Science fiction and slipstream writer
Chris EspinosaCdespinosa (talk · contribs)
Longest–serving employee of Apple
Vyvyan EvansVyvevans (talk · contribs)
Daniel EverettPiraha1 (talk · contribs)
Linguist who worked extensively on the Pirahã language
Michael EversonEvertype (talk · contribs)
Linguist, typesetter, and font designer, one of the co-authors of the Unicode standard
Mikhail EvstafievEvstafiev (talk · contribs)
Russian artist, photographer, writer
Gunther EysenbachEysen (talk · contribs)
Health researcher, academic, and initiator of WebCite


Muriel FahrionMurielOK (talk · contribs)
American illustrator, creator of Strawberry Shortcake and Popples
Jonah FalconJAF1970 (talk · contribs)
Actor and television host
Rickard FalkvingeFalkvinge (talk · contribs)
Founder of the Pirate Party (Sweden)
Paul S. FarmerPaul Stephen Farmer (talk · contribs)
Retired British teacher who developed the use of pop music in school music education
David Farrar (blogger)Dpf (talk · contribs)
New Zealand political activist, blogger, and pollster
Farhad FatkullinFrhdkazan (talk · contribs)
Russian social activist from Tatarstan, 2018 Wikimedian of the Year
Joe FelsensteinFelsenst (talk · contribs)
Population biologist and quantitative geneticist
Edward FeltenEwfelten (talk · contribs)
Professor of computer science and public affairs at Princeton University
David FerrieroDferriero (talk · contribs)
Archivist of the United States
Steven FeuersteinStevenfeuerstein (talk · contribs)
PL/SQL expert and author of various books on this subject
Charles Firth (comedian)Charlesfirth (talk · contribs)
Member of Australian political satire team The Chaser
Amy FisherAmy Fisher (talk · contribs)
"Long Island Lolita", porn actor, writer
Leonard Everett FisherLeonardeverett (talk · contribs)
Children's book author and illustrator
Brad FitzpatrickBradfitz (talk · contribs)
American programmer, creator of LiveJournal, PicPix, and FreeVote
Tom Van FlandernTomvf (talk · contribs)
American physicist with nonstandard views on various topics; died on January 9, 2009
Thea FlaumTheaflaum (talk · contribs)
American television producer
Brian FlemmingBrianFlemming (talk · contribs)
Film director and playwright (Bat Boy: The Musical)
Michael FloodMichael Flood (talk · contribs)
Pro-feminist researcher
Alan Ford (architect)Mjhalliburton (talk · contribs)
American architect
David Fox (game designer)DavidBFox (talk · contribs)
American game designer
Vanessa FoxVanessafox (talk · contribs)
Google product manager and spokeswoman
Brian D. FoyScarpia (talk · contribs)
Publisher and editor of The Perl Review and co-author of Perl books
Ted FrankTHF (talk · contribs)
Lawyer, writer, and activist; retired from editing
Jimmy FrickeGobboboy (talk · contribs)
Professional poker player


John GaetaJohn gaeta (talk · contribs)
Visual effects designer and director (The Matrix trilogy)
Mordechai GafniAengus66 (talk · contribs)
Former Jewish renewal rabbi
Richa GangopadhyayRicha320 (talk · contribs)
Indian actress, model and beauty queen
Kyle GannKylegann (talk · contribs)
Composer, music critic for Village Voice
David Gans (musician)Dgans (talk · contribs)
Musician, photographer, radio host of a program about The Grateful Dead and other notable musicians
Megan GanzQuotesunquotes (talk · contribs)
Television comedy writer on Community and Important Things with Demetri Martin
Timothy Garden, Baron GardenTgarden (talk · contribs)
British air marshal, university professor and a Liberal Democrat peer; deceased
Sue GardnerSue Gardner (talk · contribs)
Former Executive Director of the Wikimedia Foundation
Richard GarfieldAngryangrymouse (talk · contribs)
Mathematician and creator of Magic: The Gathering
Simson GarfinkelSimsong (talk · contribs)
Researcher and journalist specializing in computer security and privacy
Bamber GascoigneBamber Gascoigne (talk · contribs)
British television presenter and author
Shad GaspardBkbeast13 (talk · contribs)
Professional wrestler, former member of World Wrestling Entertainment; died on May 17, 2020
Rick GatesGatesrick (talk · contribs)
Internet pioneer
David GauntlettDavidgauntlett (talk · contribs)
Social scientist
Susan Gerbicsgerbic (talk · contribs)
Anti-pseudoscience activist
Nat GertlerNatGertler (talk · contribs)
Founder of About Comics
Charlie GillinghamCharlesGillingham (talk · contribs)
Keyboardist for the band Counting Crows
Hannes Hólmsteinn GissurarsonHannes H. Gissurarson~enwiki (talk · contribs)
Icelandic political theorist and author
Russell Glasserkazim27 (talk · contribs)
Co-host of The Atheist Experience
Louise GloverLouiseglover (talk · contribs)
British glamour model
Mike GodwinMGodwin (talk · contribs)
American attorney, director of Public Knowledge, former general counsel for Wikimedia Foundation
Bernard GoldbergBernardgoldberg (talk · contribs)
American writer, journalist, and political commentator
Marv GoldbergMarvy42 (talk · contribs)
Writer and music historian in the field of rhythm & blues (R&B)
Scott GoldblattSgoldblatt (talk · contribs)
U.S. Olympic gold medalist in swimming (2004)
Scott GoodsonScottgoodson (talk · contribs)
Canadian advertising agent
Anton GoosenAntongoosen (talk · contribs)
South African musician and songwriter
Al Gordon (comics)Albabe (talk · contribs)
Comic book creator, inker, and writer
Stephen P. GordonStephenGordon (talk · contribs)
Campaign consultant and former Libertarian Party activist
Gennady GorelikGgorelik (talk · contribs)
Russian physicist and philosopher
Bill GosperBill Gosper (talk · contribs)
American mathematician, programmer, and hacker
Tiffany GrantTifGrant (talk · contribs)
American voice actress
Richard Grayson (academic)Rsgrayson (talk · contribs)
Professor of Twentieth Century History at Goldsmiths, University of London
Antony GreenAntonyGreen (talk · contribs)
Australian Broadcasting Corporation election analyst
Jack Greenberg (lawyer)Jack Greenbergx (talk · contribs)
Law professor, former NAACP counsel, and dean of Columbia College, died October 12, 2016
Andriy GrechyloHerald63 (talk · contribs)
Ukrainian historian, heraldist and vexillologist
Reginald Gray (artist) - Reginald gray (talk · contribs)
Portrait artist; deceased
Sasha GreyMadjabuds (talk · contribs)
Pornography star
John GruberJohngruber (talk · contribs)
Technology writer
Patrick GuinnessPatrickGuinness (talk · contribs)
Historian and lecturer
Ciaran GultnieksCiaranG (talk · contribs)
Computer games programmer from Yorkshire
Devon GummersallDevgum (talk · contribs)
American actor, writer, and television and film director
Mark GuzdialGuzdial (talk · contribs)
Interactive computing Professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology


Paul Hackett (politician)PaulHackett (talk · contribs)
Activist against the Iraq war, former U.S. congressional candidate
Bernard HaischHaisch (talk · contribs)
Fringe physicist and paranormal researcher
Justin HallJustinHall (talk · contribs)
Early weblogger
Sarah HampsonSarahAnneHampson (talk · contribs)
Canadian writer
Chuck HardwickHardwc (talk · contribs)
Former Speaker of New Jersey General Assembly, former Vice President of Pfizer
Henry HardyHenry Hardy (talk · contribs)
British editor noted for his work on Isaiah Berlin
Stevan HarnadHarnad (talk · contribs)
Cognitive scientist and activist for animal rights and open access
Paul HartalPaul Hartal (talk · contribs)
Canadian painter and poet
Martin HaspelmathHaspelmath (talk · contribs)
German linguist
Hamid HassaniHamidhassani1 (talk · contribs)
Iranian scholar, lexicographer, and editor
Owen HatherleyOwenhatherley (talk · contribs)
British architecture journalist
John HaughmJhaughm (talk · contribs)
Musician best known as the frontman of Agalloch
Tilman HausherrTilman (talk · contribs)
Software developer, critic of Scientology
Patrick Nielsen HaydenPnh (talk · contribs)
Science fiction editor
James HeilmanDoc James (talk · contribs)
Emergency medicine doctor
Jack HerrickJackHerrick (talk · contribs)
Founder of WikiHow
Tony HendraAnthonyhendra (talk · contribs)
British satirist, actor and writer
Phil HendriePhil Hendrie (talk · contribs)
Radio talk show host
Keith HensonHkhenson (talk · contribs)
American engineer and writer
Victoria "Little Boots" HeskethLittlebootsofficial (talk · contribs)
English singer-songwriter
Carl HewittProf. Carl Hewitt (talk · contribs)
Computer scientist and professor
Martin Hewitt (actor)MartinHewitt (talk · contribs)
American actor
Hugo HeyrmanDr. Hugo (talk · contribs)
Belgian artist
Peter HitchensClockback (talk · contribs)
Conservative British author, journalist and broadcaster
Sam HocevarSam Hocevar (talk · contribs)
Programmer, Debian Project Leader and former WikiMedia France board member
John HodgmanHodgman (talk · contribs)
Author and television personality
Ron HollowayRonsax (talk · contribs)
American saxophonist
Carl F. HostetterAelfwine (talk · contribs)
American Tolkienian linguist and computer scientist
Kenny HotzKennyhotz (talk · contribs)
Canadian actor, director, producer, and creator and co-star of television show Kenny vs. Spenny
James G. HowesJGHowes (talk · contribs)
American business executive and radio personality
John Humphreys (economist)John humphreys (talk · contribs)
Australian economist and libertarian activist
Peter L. HurdPete.Hurd (talk · contribs)
Canadian professor of psychology


Miguel de (talk · contribs)
Software developer known for starting GNOME and Mono
Mansoor IjazMansoor Ijaz (talk · contribs)
Pakistani-American venture financier, hedge-fund manager and freelance diplomat
Grant ImaharaGrantimahara (talk · contribs)
Electrical engineer and cast member on Mythbusters. Died in 2020.
Charles IngramThreaders (talk · contribs)
Contestant convicted of cheating on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Kylie IrelandKylieireland (talk · contribs)
Adult film producer and actress
Joi ItoJoi (talk · contribs)
Activist, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist
Vasyl IvanchukIvanchukvasyl (talk · contribs)
Ukrainian chess grandmaster
Lyubomir Ivanov (explorer)Apcbg (talk · contribs)
Bulgarian scientist, non-governmental activist, and Antarctic explorer


Ian JacksonIjackson (talk · contribs)
Software developer
Alex JacobowitzAlexjacobowitz (talk · contribs)
Klezmer musician
Jim JagielskiJimjag (talk · contribs)
Software engineer
Andrea JamesJokestress (talk · contribs)
American actress and transgender activist
Xeni JardinXenijardin (talk · contribs)
Weblogger (Boing Boing) and journalist
William H. JefferysBilljefferys (talk · contribs)
American astronomer
Rick JelliffeRick Jelliffe (talk · contribs)
Australian programmer and standards activist
Tom JenningsTom.jennings (talk · contribs)
Creator of FidoNet
Richard J. JensenRjensen (talk · contribs)
Historian, creator of H-Net
Mary Lou JepsenMljmlj (talk · contribs)
Chief Technology Officer of One Laptop per Child
Janna JihadJanna Jihad (talk · contribs)
Palestinian youth journalist and activist
Cory JohnsonCoryjohn (talk · contribs)
American journalist
J. Hunter JohnsonJHunterJ (talk · contribs)
American author and game designer
Jonathan A. JonesJonathan A Jones (talk · contribs)
Oxford University physicist
Ryan JordanEssjay (talk · contribs)
Gained media attention for identity fraud and giving false credentials on Wikipedia
Brian David JosephsonBrian Josephson (talk · contribs)
Nobel Prize winner in physics, and paranormalist


Brewster KahleBrewsterkahle (talk · contribs)
American computer engineer, Internet entrepreneur, internet activist, advocate of universal access to all knowledge, and digital librarian
Michio KakuMichiokaku (talk · contribs)
string theorist and science popularizer
Candye KaneCandyekane (talk · contribs)
Blues musician and former porn star
Mitch KaporMkapor (talk · contribs)
Software entrepreneur, designer of Lotus 1–2–3
Michael Howard KayMhkay (talk · contribs)
Software engineer, editor of XSLT language specification
Bogdan KaraičićBHoops2016 (talk · contribs)
Serbian professional basketball coach
Ryan KarbenRkarben (talk · contribs)
New York State politician and lawyer
Jawed KarimJawed (talk · contribs)
Co-founder of YouTube
Phil KarnKarn (talk · contribs)
Electrical engineer
KarunMisskarun (talk · contribs)
Kenyan singer, lead vocalist of alternative hip hop group Camp Mulla
Ana KasparianAnaKasparian (talk · contribs)
Armenian American co-host and producer for the online news show The Young Turks
Brendan KavanaghBwoogie (talk · contribs)
British pianist, YouTuber and public piano performer
Janice KawayeJenkawaye (talk · contribs)
American voice actress
Martin KeanCargill208 (talk · contribs)
New Zealand bass guitarist
Rauan KenzhekhanulyRauank (talk · contribs)
Kazakh entrepreneur and politician, inaugural Wikipedian of the Year in 2011
Carrie KeranenCareBearFinn (talk · contribs)
American voice actress
Glynn KerrGlynnk (talk · contribs)
Motorcycle designer and columnist
Lawrence KestenbaumKestenbaum (talk · contribs)
Lawyer, county official, creator of Political Graveyard web site
Zaynab KhadrZaynab Khadr (talk · contribs)
Member of the Khadr family associated with Osama bin Laden
Philip S. KhouryKhoury (talk · contribs)
Professor of Middle Eastern studies
Uwe KilsKils (talk · contribs)
Marine biologist specializing in planktology
Alan R. KingA R King (talk · contribs)
British linguist notable for his work on Basque and Nawat (Pipil language)
David Thomas KingDavid King (talk · contribs)
Executive Director of the Public School Boards' Association of Alberta, former Alberta Minister of Education
Michael KingMhking (talk · contribs)
Commentator, columnist and television producer
Stephan KinsellaNskinsella (talk · contribs)
Intellectual property lawyer and legal theorist
Justin KnappKoavf (talk · contribs)
Primarily known for Wikipedia
Holly KnightHolly Knight (talk · contribs)
American songwriter and musician (Device et al.)
Alex KoCkalex1996 (talk · contribs)
American actor who starred in Billy Elliot the Musical
Nadim KobeissiKaepora~enwiki (talk · contribs)
Computer programmer and security researcher
Christina KochAstro Christina (talk · contribs)
American engineer and NASA astronaut
Jerome KohlJerome Kohl (talk · contribs)
American music theorist, authority on the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen
Vladimir KorepinKorepin (talk · contribs)
Russian-American physicist
Alex KonanykhinAKonanykhin (talk · contribs)
Russian entrepreneur
Kai A. KonradUnikat55 (talk · contribs)
German economist
Phil KonstantinPhilkon (talk · contribs)
American/Cherokee writer and TV reporter
Ihor KostenkoIg2000 (talk · contribs)
Ukrainian political activist and journalist, killed during Euromaidan, posthumously awarded the title Hero of Ukraine and named the 2014 Wikipedian of the Year
Jeff KostoffJkostoff (talk · contribs)
Stanley KrippnerSkrippner (talk · contribs)
American parapsychologist
Marc KuchnerMkuchner (talk · contribs)
American astrophysicist
Markus Kuhn (computer scientist)Markus Kuhn (talk · contribs)
German computer scientist
Madura KulatungaMadura Kulatunga (talk · contribs)
Developer of Madura English-Sinhala Dictionary
Greg KuperbergGreg Kuperberg (talk · contribs)
American mathematician


Ryan LackeyRdl (talk · contribs)
Entrepreneur and computer security professional
Geoffrey A. LandisGeoffrey.landis (talk · contribs)
Physicist, space scientist, and science fiction writer
W. Patrick LangIsmoot (talk · contribs)
Military, intelligence, and security expert
Christopher LanganChristopher Langan (talk · contribs)
American autodidact measured as one of the smartest people alive in the late 20th early 21st centuries
Adrian LeeAdrian54321 (talk · contribs)
Rock musician with Mike + the Mechanics
Eric LernerElerner (talk · contribs)
Physicist and plasma cosmology advocate
Lawrence Lessiglessig (talk · contribs)
American academic and political activist
Paul LevineSolomonandlord (talk · contribs)
American lawyer and novelist
Benny LewisIrishpolyglot (talk · contribs)
Irish author and blogger
A. David LewisAdlewis (talk · contribs)
Comic book writer
Blake LeyhBlakeleyh (talk · contribs)
Composer of film and TV music
Lei LiangLeiliang (talk · contribs)
Chinese-American composer
Andrew LihFuzheado (talk · contribs)
Journalism professor, wrote a book on Wikipedia
Peter van der LindenPvdl (talk · contribs)
Dutch technologist and author of books on Java, C, Linux, and practical jokes
Chris LintottChrislintott (talk · contribs)
Astrophysicist and co-presenter of the BBC series The Sky at Night
Hugh LoebnerLoebner (talk · contribs)
Loebner Prize sponsor, inventor, and social activist
Jean-Marc LofficierJMLofficier (talk · contribs)
French-American journalist, comics writer and author of books on film and television
Tristan LouisTNLNYC (talk · contribs)
French author, entrepreneur and blogger
Yuri LowenthalElyurio (talk · contribs)
Anime and video game voice actor
Paul Lucas (playwright/producer)Pklucas (talk · contribs)
American playwright and producer
Andres LuureAndres (talk · contribs)
Estonian philosopher and translator
Patrick J. LynchPatrick.lynch (talk · contribs)
American author, artist, biomedical illustrator, and photographer
Richard F. LyonDicklyon (talk · contribs)
American inventor, scientist, and engineer


Emma MackeyEmmatmackey (talk · contribs)
French-British actress
Marion MaddoxMaddoxma (talk · contribs)
Australian author, academic, and political commentator
Ben Mallerbenmaller (talk · contribs)
Sports radio personality
Michael MandibergTheredproject (talk · contribs)
Internet artist and college instructor
Magnus ManskeMagnus Manske (talk · contribs)
German biochemist, programmer, and developer of one of the first versions of the Wikipedia platform
Steve Mann (inventor)Glogger (talk · contribs)
Computer science professor and innovator in the field of wearable computing
J.P. ManouxJpmanoux (talk · contribs)
American voice actor
Jean-Luc MargotJeanLucMargot (talk · contribs)
Belgian astronomer
Paul MarinoILLRobinson (talk · contribs)
Executive director of the Academy of Machinima Arts & Sciences
Jean-Pol MartinJeanpol (talk · contribs)
Foreign language educator
Shelly MartinezShellyMartinez (talk · contribs)
Mexican American professional wrestler, model, and actress
John MasheyJohnMashey (talk · contribs)
American computer scientist
Rémi MathisRemi Mathis (talk · contribs)
French historian, library curator, and free-culture advocate, president of Wikimedia France, 2013 Wikipedian of the Year
Yaron MatrasMadaares (talk · contribs)
Linguist specializing in Romani and related languages
Polly MatzingerPolly matzinger (talk · contribs)
American immunologist
Jay MaynardJmaynard (talk · contribs)
Internet celebrity, software developer, and system administrator
DeBarra MayoKarateLady (talk · contribs)
Trainer and writer on health and fitness
Adrienne MayorAfmayor (talk · contribs)
American historian and folklorist
Johnathan McClain - Nipsyrusel (talk · contribs)
American actor
Laura McCulloughLmccullough (talk · contribs)
American poet
Jonathan McDowellJonathanMcDowell (talk · contribs)
American astrophysicist
David A. McInteeDavid A McIntee (talk · contribs)
Science-fiction author
Alastair McIntoshAlastair McIntosh (talk · contribs)
Scottish writer, academic and activist
Warwick McKibbinWmckibbin (talk · contribs)
Australian economist
Phil McMullenPtolemyphil (talk · contribs)
Magazine editor, music festival organizer
Lambert MeertensLambert Meertens (talk · contribs)
Editor of the Revised ALGOL 68 Report, designer of the ABC programming language
David MegginsonDpm64 (talk · contribs)
Software consultant and developer
Pedro Pedrosa MendesGepasi (talk · contribs)
Computational Biologist developer of the Gepasi and COPASI software
Bertrand MeyerBertrand Meyer (talk · contribs)
Developer of the Eiffel programming language
Tyler MenezesTylermenezes (talk · contribs)
Canadian-American technology entrepreneur, founder of CodeDay
Tsvi MisinaiTsvi Misinai (talk · contribs)
Computer Scientist, historian and author
Brian C. MitchellBrian c mitchell (talk · contribs)
Education consultant, former president of Bucknell University and Washington & Jefferson College
John Cameron MitchellFELIXARD (talk · contribs)
Film actor and director
Emna MizouniEmnamizouni (talk · contribs)
Tunisian civil-society activist, 2019 Wikimedian of the Year
Susanna MkrtchyanWikiTatik (talk · contribs)
Professor of database and system research, board member of Wikimedia Armenia
Stefan MolyneuxStefan molyneux (talk · contribs)
Libertarian blogger
Erik MonaIquander (talk · contribs)
Roleplaying game author and publisher
Chris MontgomeryXiphmont (talk · contribs)
Founder of the Xiph.Org Foundation, multimedia programmer, and open source advocate
Patsy MoorePatsyMoore (talk · contribs)
Singer, songwriter, educator
Howard MorlandHowardMorland (talk · contribs)
American journalist, author, and activist
David J. MorrowDaveymorrow (talk · contribs)
Walter MossbergWmossberg (talk · contribs)
Principal technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal
Luboš MotlLumidek (talk · contribs)
Theoretical physicist working on string theory and quantum gravity
Markos MoulitsasDailykos (talk · contribs)
Blogger and founder of Daily Kos; Indefinite block
Lord Ivar MountbattenIvarMount (talk · contribs)
English nobleman and member of the extended British royal family
Prithwindra MukherjeeBobClive (talk · contribs)
French Indian academic
Derek Muller1veritasium (talk · contribs)
Creator of the YouTube channel Veritasium
Randall MunroeXkcd (talk · contribs)
xkcd webcomic author
Chuck MunsonChuck0 (talk · contribs)
Anarchist activist in charge of
Ian MurdockIanmurdock (talk · contribs)
Founder of Debian
Alan Myers (translator)Bandalore (talk · contribs)
English translator from Russian


Felix NarteyFlixtey (talk · contribs) and FNartey (WMF) (talk · contribs)
Ghanaian social entrepreneur, 2017 Wikimedian of the Year
Michael NetzerMichaelNetzer (talk · contribs)
Comic book artist
Jess NevinsJessnevins (talk · contribs)
Author and librarian
Annalee NewitzAnnaleeNewitz (talk · contribs)
American journalist and op-ed writer
Craig NewmarkCnewmark (talk · contribs)
Founder of Craigslist
Amanda NewtonMiss77Newton (talk · contribs)
English netball player
Farnell NewtonFarnellnewton (talk · contribs)
American composer and jazz trumpeter
Tom Newton DunnTnewtondunn (talk · contribs)
British journalist
Jakob Nielsen (usability consultant)Jakobnielsen (talk · contribs)
Web usability pundit
Michael NielsenNielsen (talk · contribs)
Writer and academic
Ronald NobleRKN888 (talk · contribs)
Former head of Interpol
Sandro NocentiniPikkio66 (talk · contribs)
Italian-born artist, living and working in Australia
Frederick NoronhaFredericknoronha (talk · contribs)
Freelance journalist based in India
Dan NorrisDan Norris MP (talk · contribs)
UK Member of Parliament
Ryan NorthRyan North (talk · contribs)
Webcomic author and programmer
Taslima NasrinTNasreen (talk · contribs)
Bangladeshi feminist writer
Wendy NorthcuttWendy Wendy (talk · contribs)
Overseer of the Darwin Awards


Charles O'ByrneObyrne1 (talk · contribs)
Past Secretary to the Governor of New York
Maryscott O'ConnorMaryscottOConnor (talk · contribs)
Blogger, creator of website
David O'ListDavy O'List (talk · contribs)
Musician, founder member of The Nice
John Mark OckerbloomJohnMarkOckerbloom (talk · contribs)
Digital library architect and planner at the University of Pennsylvania
Sten OdenwaldOdenwald (talk · contribs)
American astronomer, author and NASA scientist-educator
Ian OgilvyIanogilvy (talk · contribs)
English actor
Chris Oliver (surgeon)Olivercw (talk · contribs)
British surgeon and University of Edinburgh professor
Tommy Oliver (producer)Thomaseoliver (talk · contribs)
American filmmaker, photographer and entrepreneur
Jonathan OrozcoJonathanOrozco1 (talk · contribs)
Mexican footballer
Rodney OrpheusRodneyorpheus (talk · contribs)
Northern Irish musician, record producer, author and lecturer
Marc OstrofskyMarcostrofsky (talk · contribs)
Dot-com millionaire
Kate OsamorKateosamor (talk · contribs) and Midnights1 (talk · contribs)
British Labour-Cooperative politician, member of parliament for Edmonton


Nenad PagonisNenadpagonis (talk · contribs)
Greek-Serbian world champion Muay Thai kickboxer
Stephanie Pakrul aka StephTheGeekStephthegeek (talk · contribs)
Canadian blogger who has become a minor television personality
Tommy PallottaUb4k (talk · contribs)
American film director and producer
Kamran PashaKpasha72 (talk · contribs)
Screen writer and director
Hayford PeirceHayford Peirce (talk · contribs)
Science fiction and mystery writer
David J. PetersonDavidJPeterson (talk · contribs)
American conlanger
Christian PiccioliniCpicciolini (talk · contribs)
Musician and author
Sam PitrodaSam.pitroda (talk · contribs)
Indian telecommunications executive
Philip PlaitTheBadAstronomer (talk · contribs)
Astronomer and writer
Ihor PodolchakIhorp (talk · contribs)
Ukrainian filmmaker and visual artist
Marshall PoeMarshallpoe (talk · contribs)
American historian
Mike PollockItsamike (talk · contribs)
American voice actor
Tim Popetimtree (talk · contribs)
Music video director (most notably for The Cure)
Barry PopikBarry Popik (talk · contribs)
American etymologist
Shelley PowersShelleyp (talk · contribs)
Technology author
Vaughan PrattVaughan Pratt (talk · contribs)
Computer scientist
Doug PrudenDoug Pruden (talk · contribs)
World record holder for most push ups
Jory PrumJory (talk · contribs)
American audio engineer, best known for his work in film and video games (Deceased)
Steven PruittSer Amantio di Nicolao (talk · contribs)
Wikipedia editor who has made more edits on the English Wikipedia than any other editor
Simon PulsiferSimonP (talk · contribs)
English Wikipedia contributor and minor internet celebrity
Harold E. PuthoffPuthoff (talk · contribs)


Manuel L. Quezon IIIGareon (talk · contribs)
Filipino writer and television host, former Undersecretary of the Presidential Communications Group of the Philippines
John QuigginJohn Quiggin (talk · contribs)
Australian economist and professor


RaD Man aka Christian Wirth – Radman1 (talk · contribs)
Computer artist and historian
Venkatraman RamakrishnanRiboman (talk · contribs)
Indian-born American-British structural biologist, 2009 Nobel laureate in chemistry
Sheldon RamptonSheldon Rampton (talk · contribs)
Editor of public relations-related columns and websites (PR Watch)
Denis RancourtDenis.g.rancourt (talk · contribs)
Dissident Canadian professor of physics
Coolie RanxCoolie Ranx (talk · contribs)
British reggae singer and actor
Stuart C. Raysoupvector (talk · contribs)
American physician-scientist
Eric S. RaymondEric S. Raymond (talk · contribs)
Important figure in the open source movement
James F. ReillyJreillyII (talk · contribs)
NASA Astronaut
Jane S. RichardsonDcrjsr (talk · contribs) Also on Commons
American biophysicist
Monica RialHellomonichan (talk · contribs)
American voice actress
Michael RießlerRießler (talk · contribs)
Mike RiggsScum Lord (talk · contribs)
Heavy metal guitarist
Mike Riley (cartoonist)Mikeriley23 (talk · contribs)
American web comic author
Peter Roach (phonetician)RoachPeter (talk · contribs)
British phonetician
John Elder RobisonJohnElderRobison (talk · contribs)
American author and autism rights activist
Eddie RobsonEddie Robson (talk · contribs)
British writer of Doctor Who spin-offs and books on film
Howard A. RodmanHoward Rodman (talk · contribs)
American screenwriter, director and educator
Robert RohdeDragons flight (talk · contribs)
Physicist, member of Berkeley Earth climate research
John RomeroRomero (talk · contribs)
Video game developer
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, IIIFrankRoosevelt (talk · contribs)
American economist, grandson of FDR
Michael RosenRosenMichael (talk · contribs)
English children's novelist and poet
Mark RosenfelderZompist (talk · contribs)
Language creator and blogger
Nicholas RothNaroth (talk · contribs)
American classical pianist and music professor
Steven RubensteinSlrubenstein (talk · contribs)
American anthropologist
Arthur RubinArthur Rubin (talk · contribs)
American mathematician
Martin RuheMartinruhe (talk · contribs)
German cinematographer
J. Philippe RushtonRushton2012 (talk · contribs)
Canadian psychologist
Kevin RyderKryder1 (talk · contribs)
American radio personality


Renato M. E. SabbatiniRsabbatini (talk · contribs)
Biomedical and computer scientist and writer
Jason Scott SadofskyJscott (talk · contribs)
Creator and maintainer of
Guy Stair SaintyGuyStairSainty (talk · contribs)
Heraldist, art dealer and royal genealogist
Timo SalminenSalminentimo (talk · contribs)
Finnish cinematographer
Lea SalongaMsLeaSalonga (talk · contribs)
Filipina singer and Broadway actress
Mark SaltveitMsalt (talk · contribs)
J. G. SandomSandom (talk · contribs)
Businessman and author
Larry SangerLarry Sanger (talk · contribs)
Co-founder of Wikipedia, founder of Citizendium
Tony SantiagoMarine 69-71 (talk · contribs)
Puerto Rican historian
Jack SarfattiJackSarfatti (talk · contribs) See also Category:Suspected Wikipedia sockpuppets of JackSarfatti
Controversial physicist
Steven SaylorStevensaylor (talk · contribs)
American author of historical novels
John ScalziScalzi (talk · contribs)
Science fiction author and former president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
The Scary GuyThescary1 (talk · contribs)
United States based motivational speaker
Paul SchenckPchaim (talk · contribs)
Christian political lobbyist
Andrew SchlaflyAndysch (talk · contribs)
American lawyer, teacher, and founder of Conservapedia
Michael Q. SchmidtMichaelQSchmidt (talk · contribs)
American film and television actor and fine arts model
Seth SchoenSchoen (talk · contribs)
Electronic Frontier Foundation technologist
Oded SchrammOdedSchramm (talk · contribs)
Israeli mathematician; deceased
Randal L. SchwartzRandalSchwartz (talk · contribs)
Computer author and programming consultant
Mike Scott (musician)Archieman (talk · contribs)
Founder of the band The Waterboys
SeedfeederSeedfeeder (talk · contribs)
Notable editor who provided illustrations for numerous sex acts
Mike SelinkerMike Selinker (talk · contribs)
Game designer
Martin SelmayrMartin Selmayr (talk · contribs)
Former secretary-general of the European Commission and chief of staff to EU president Jean-Claude Juncker
Daniel J. ShanefieldDaniel Shanefield (talk · contribs)
Ceramics engineer
Alex ShapiroAlexshap (talk · contribs)
Musician and composer
Jonathon SharkeyJonathon The Impaler (talk · contribs)
Professional Wrestler and Perennial Candidate
Vipin SharmaVipin K Sharma (talk · contribs)
Phil ShawSteam one (talk · contribs)
British creator of "extreme ironing"
Jimmy SheaJimsheajr (talk · contribs)
American Olympic gold medalist in skeleton
Tim ShellTimShell (talk · contribs)
American internet entrepreneur, member of Wikimedia Foundation Board of Trustees
Joel ShermanIcenine378 (talk · contribs)
Expert and champion Scrabble player
Nigel ShortNigel Short (talk · contribs)
Chess Grand Master and World Championship challenger
Michael ShrimptonMichael Shrimpton (talk · contribs)
Conspiracy theorist
Karl ShukerCzbiker (talk · contribs)
Cryptozoologist and author
William ShunnShunn (talk · contribs)
Science fiction writer and computer programmer
Ann SimontonSimonton (talk · contribs)
Founder of Media Watch, feminist
D. C. SimpsonDcsimpson (talk · contribs)
Online cartoonist
Sofya SkyaSofyaskya (talk · contribs)
Russian ballerina and actress
Cameron SlaterJc press sec (talk · contribs)
New Zealand-based blogger
Sam SloanSam Sloan (talk · contribs)
Chess player and amateur lawyer (orally argued a case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court and won, 9–0)
R. C. SlocumRSlocum (talk · contribs)
American football coach
Smile (actress)Smilemaung (talk · contribs)
Burmese actress
Dmitry Nikolayevich Smirnov (composer)Dmitrismirnov (talk · contribs)
Russian and British composer
Normal Bob SmithNormalbobsmith (talk · contribs)
Freelance graphic artist and writer
Jason SnellJsnell (talk · contribs)
Writer and editor specializing in Apple Computer products
Dave SnowdenSnowded (talk · contribs)
Lecturer, consultant and researcher in the field of knowledge management
Rebecca SolerRsgraves1 (talk · contribs)
Voice actress
Anton SolomoukhaSolomoukha (talk · contribs)
Artist and photographer; died in 2015
David A. SonnenfeldDASonnenfeld (talk · contribs)
American sociologist and professor of sociology
Tony SoperTonysoper (talk · contribs)
Ornithologist, author and co-founder of the BBC Natural History Unit
Soulja BoySoulja-Boy (talk · contribs)
American rapper, record producer, actor, and entrepreneur
Michael SoussanMichael Soussan (talk · contribs)
Danish whistleblower and author
Benjamin K. SovacoolBksovacool (talk · contribs)
Energy policy researcher
E. Lee SpenceHunleyFinder (talk · contribs)
Pioneer in underwater archaeology
Cole SprouseActuallyColeSprouse (talk · contribs)
American actor
Diomidis SpinellisDiomidis Spinellis (talk · contribs)
Computer scientist
Richard StallmanRmstallman (talk · contribs)
Founder of the Free Software Foundation and author of the General Public License
Jan van SteenbergenIJzeren Jan (talk · contribs)
Linguist, translator, author of constructed languages
Rosie Stephenson-GoodknightRosiestep (talk · contribs) and Rosiestep2 (talk · contribs)
American business administrator, joint 2016 Wikipedian of the Year
Richard H. SternPraeceptorIP (talk · contribs)
Attorney and law professor, former U.S. Supreme Court law clerk
Eric A. StillwellEStillwell (talk · contribs)
Star Trek author, producer, actor
John Stockwell (CIA officer)Goodpaddle (talk · contribs)
Highest-ranking CIA officer to ever go public, today runs a boating excursion
Billy Marshall StonekingBillyM (talk · contribs)
Playwright, filmmaker and teacher
Galen StrawsonGstrawson (talk · contribs)
British philosopher
Stephen StreaterStephen B Streater (talk · contribs)
Co-founder of Eidos Interactive
Richard StrombackRstromback (talk · contribs)
Minor-league hockey player, venture capitalist
Kev F SutherlandKevfsutherland (talk · contribs)
Comedian and comic strip creator
Paul SwadelThewilberforces (talk · contribs)
Film producer
Aaron SwartzAaronSw (talk · contribs)
Writer, hacker, activist, and co-author of the RSS 1.0 specification; died in 2013


Audrey TangAutrijus (talk · contribs)
Taiwanese free software programmer, leader of the Pugs project to implement the Perl 6 language
Tom TangoTangotiger (talk · contribs)
Ice hockey statistical analyst and sabermetrician
Terence TaoTeorth (talk · contribs)
Australian mathematician
Brian TarquinJungleboy65 (talk · contribs)
American guitarist, composer and producer
Sandister TeiSandiooses (talk · contribs)
Ghanaian journalist, 2020 Wikimedian of the Year
Emily Temple-WoodKeilana (talk · contribs), Emily Temple-Wood (NIOSH) (talk · contribs)
Medical student, past Wikipedian in Residence at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, joint 2016 Wikipedian of the Year
Larry TeslerTesler (talk · contribs)
Computer scientist working in the field of human-computer interaction
Steven L. ThompsonTtrider87 (talk · contribs)
Author and journalist
William Irwin ThompsonWilliam Irwin Thompson (talk · contribs); also apparently, it seems, Withompson (talk · contribs)
Writer, poet, mystic, cultural critic
Rachel ThornRachel_Thorn (talk · contribs)
American anthropologist and manga translator
Sammy thrashLifeCrJz (talk · contribs)
American painter and writer
Andrew TiteAndrewtite (talk · contribs)
Canadian actor
Carles TorrensCarles Torrens (talk · contribs)
Spanish film and television director, screenwriter, editor, and producer
David S. TouretzkyTouretzky (talk · contribs)
Research professor in the Computer Science Department and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition at CMU
Leonard H. Tower, Jr.Lentower (talk · contribs)
Free software activist
Lila TretikovLilaTretikov (WMF) (talk · contribs)
Former executive director of Wikimedia Foundation
Boris TsirelsonTsirel (talk · contribs)
Theodore Ts'oTytso (talk · contribs)
Software developer, contributor to the Linux kernel
Patrick TuftsZippy (talk · contribs)
Computer scientist and inventor, created Alexa Internet
Jonathan TweetJonathan Tweet (talk · contribs)
Role-playing game designer
TygaTygaCashMoney (talk · contribs)
American hip hop recording artist


Ilkka UimonenKuorinka (talk · contribs)
Finnish photographer and photojournalist


Jessica ValentiJessicaValenti (talk · contribs)
Feminist author and activist
Pranayraj VangariPranayraj1985 (talk · contribs)
Telugu theatre research scholar
Misha VerbitskyTiphareth (talk · contribs)
Mathematician and political activist
Larry Van KriedtJazzbacks (talk · contribs)
Jazz musician
Brenda VenusBrendavenus (talk · contribs) and Bvenus (talk · contribs)
American actress, model, and author
Jesse VintPagan wulff (talk · contribs)
American actor and filmmaker
Natasha Vita-MoreNatasha Vita-More (talk · contribs)
Artist and transhumanist
Claire VoisinVoisinclaire (talk · contribs)
James von BrunnJames von Brunn (talk · contribs)
American advertising executive, producer, author, and perpetrator of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum shooting; died in 2010


Jess WadeJesswade88 (talk · contribs)
Physicist and science communicator
Adrianne WadewitzWadewitz (talk · contribs)
Feminist scholar; died in April 2014
Bernt (talk · contribs)
Jimmy WalesJimbo Wales (talk · contribs)
Founder of Wikimedia Foundation and online entrepreneur
Brad WardellDraginol (talk · contribs)
Founder of Stardock, a leader in the software skinning and customization technology for computer games
Allan WarrenAllan warren (talk · contribs)
British society photographer
Tony WarrinerTonywarriner (talk · contribs)
Game designer, programmer and co-founder of Revolution Software
David WeinbergerDweinberger (talk · contribs)
Technologist and commentator
Maia WeinstockGirona7 (talk · contribs)
Science journalist and noted Wikipedian
Andrew WestBabelStone (talk · contribs)
Jessamyn West (librarian)Jessamyn (talk · contribs)
Librarian, author and blogger
Michael WhelanMichaelWhelan0629 (talk · contribs)
American fantasy and science fiction artist
Glenn WichmanCapmango (talk · contribs)
Edutainment software developer
Geoffrey WickhamGeoffrey Wickham (talk · contribs)
Contributor to artificial pacemaker development and cofounder of Telectronics
John Wicks (drummer)Wicksjm (talk · contribs)
Drummer, producer, and songwriter
John WilcockJohnwilcock (talk · contribs)
British journalist; died in 2018
David WildeDavid Wilde (talk · contribs)
Concert pianist, writer, composer, and teacher
Alexander Williams (cartoonist)Asteuartw (talk · contribs)
English film animator and cartoonist
Amanda Kyle WilliamsAKYLEWILLIAMS (talk · contribs)
American crime writer; died in 2018
Guy Williams (comedian)Williaguy1 (talk · contribs)
New Zealand comedian and TV/radio personality
Michael Z. WilliamsonMzmadmike (talk · contribs)
Science-fiction writer
David Willis (cartoonist)ItsWalky (talk · contribs)
Webcomic creator, moderator of Teletraan-1 – theTransformers Wikia
Dean WilkinsonDean Wilkinson (talk · contribs)
British writer for television and video games
Emily WilloughbyFerahgo the Assassin (talk · contribs)
American paleoartist
Richard WingerRichardwinger (talk · contribs)
Libertarian activist and founder of Ballot Access News
Michael WitzelWitzel (talk · contribs)
Professor of Sanskrit at Harvard
Brian WoodBrianwood (talk · contribs)
Comic book writer, illustrator and graphic designer
Douglas WoodDoughwood (talk · contribs), Douglaswood (talk · contribs)
Executive producer



Matthew YglesiasMyglesias (talk · contribs)
Politics and economics journalist
Robert Clark YoungQworty (talk · contribs)
American novelist; currently banned
Toby YoungTyoung8 (talk · contribs)
British journalist and charity director
Eric YoungstromEyoungstrom (talk · contribs)
American psychologist and academic
Catherine YronwodeCatherineyronwode (talk · contribs)
Author, graphic designer, publisher
Eliezer YudkowskyEliezerYudkowsky (talk · contribs)
Artificial intelligence researcher


Michał ZalewskiLcamtuf (talk · contribs)
"White hat" hacker and computer security expert
Jamie ZawinskiJwz (talk · contribs)
Computer programmer (XEmacs, Netscape, Mozilla), DNA Lounge proprietor
Doron ZeilbergerDoronZeilberger (talk · contribs)
Dave ZeltsermanDaveZeltserman (talk · contribs)
Natalia ZemnaNataliazemna (talk · contribs)
Ukrainian herbalist
Howard ZimmermanHezimmerman (talk · contribs)
American chemist
Phil ZimmermannPrz (talk · contribs)
Cryptographer and computer programmer, creator of the Pretty Good Privacy encryption software
Diana ZuckermanDrzuckerman (talk · contribs)
U.S. expert on federal health policy, especially women's health, and President of the National Research Center for Women & Families

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