Kili -- It is great to have you here -- After seeing some of your edits - you may want to check out Appropedia:Translation for current ongoing translation work on Appropedia -- we really need to get this going -- so your input is especially valuable. --Fixer 05:40, 6 February 2011 (PST)
Curt's Welcome[edit source]
Hi Kili, I am very glad to see your user page! Welcome, welcome! And what a great user name, reminds me of the other big Kili in Tanzania. Does the mountain also have a connection to a Christopher?
I look forward to working with you to grow Appropedia in ways that are appropriate for East Africa and the whole continent. CurtB 06:52, 6 February 2011 (PST)
Thank you[edit source]
thank you guys for the warmest welcomes. thanks!
Great progress![edit source]
Hi Kili, Just wanted to check in with you. I've seen a bunch of your new pages, and it's exciting to see the progress! Also, I want to ask when you think is the right time to make an announcement about our new Kiswahili support? Part of me is thinking "sooner is better", but at the same time I believe in making a good first impression. We can also make our announcements in stages. For example, you or I could write a blog post that mentions the coming announcement, and perhaps that way we could find others in the community that could help us when we are ready for the main announcement.
What do you think? CurtB 09:13, 16 February 2011 (PST)
Its time![edit source]
You are right curt, I think we better make the announcement soon. I also do think this will excite other readers and users from africa and other small language communities to join forces. Thanks a lot for the good compliments.
Thanks for the heads up -- Fixer 09:24, 18 March 2011 (PDT)
email notification of watchlist[edit source]
If you click on "my preferences" - then on the first tab "user profile" scroll to the bottom and make sure that you have chosen to email you when the watchlist is edited.
--Fixer 18:13, 5 May 2011 (PDT)
snow and PV[edit source]
Thank you for the ideas about the wiper idea for snow on PV. There are a few commercial products on the market that do it - see for example  - that could be further refined to a low cost system. I am skeptical of this solution from an automated perspective however - in general PV systems last 20 years under warranty and produce power of substantial quantities for far more than that. Mechanical systems just don't normally hold up that long - I am not sure that the costs would thus be justified in the energy gains from clearing the panels. We will be able to put some real numbers on those gains soon -- however! If it looks promising then there could be a lot of room for innovation - particularly low cost manual systems. I am most curious about things like employing people in the north to clear PV farms -does it make sense? -- Joshua 04:49, 12 May 2011 (PDT)
How is your experience here?[edit source]
Hi Kili, and thanks again for all your work on the wiki, especially the translation.
- Oops, I forgot to sign above - but you figured out it was me, anyway :-). Thanks for your answers - I was glad to read all of that. Re Facebook, I think that's a good idea. Are we connected on Facebook? I couldn't find you there. I'm at www.facebook.com/chriswaterguy --Chriswaterguy 10:49, 16 September 2011 (PDT)
Nice work[edit source]
Hi Kili[edit source]
I am soooooooo happy that it makes me incapable of expressing it. You are doing a NOBLE WORK of translating my sentences into your language.
I always wanted to get in touch with Africa, ever since I read a WHO Annual report. It had one full chapter on Malaria, which is just one of the many mosquito borne killer diseases. More over it told about the loss due to Malaria in Sub-Saharan countries like Rwanda, Congo etc IN TERMS OF % OF GDP!! In my talks on GEM Technology I used to tell the audience that each and every death, be it at any part of the world, is sorrowful simply because he/she is A MEMBER OF SOME FAMILY.
I don't find words to thank you for the noble work. I pass on the responsibility to God Almighty Who will do it APPROPRIATELY.
By the way in my mother-tongue (MalayalaM) Kili means MEDIUM SIZE FLYING BIRD. Bird is a very good example of FREEDOM as well as cleanliness. They can fly across any boarders any time, you see, which means they have NO boarders. MosquitoGeorge Shooter 02:20, 23 November 2012 (PST)
Hi Kili[edit source]
Thank you for the response. A word about the treated nets. As you rightly said, it can protect only when you are inside that (& only from mosquito). There is a more important reason why I OPPOSE THE USE OF INSECTICIDE IMPREGNATED NETS. The reason is embedded in the name itself: exposure and proximity of insecticide for long duration. It can precipitate lung disorders and probably even CANCER in the long run - but nobody may detect the link in 20-30 years or more. I feel you & Appropedia should OPPOSE treated net usage.
Shooter 09:12, 24 November 2012 (PST)
Can Appropedia lead demonstrating GEM mosquito control?[edit source]
Hi Christopher Sam & Chris Watkins,
I have posted this question/doubt/suggestion in GEMMC’s talk page. Earnestly hope to hear you.
Your 2021 impact stats are right here![edit source]
Hi Christopher! We thought you may want know that your top performing pages so far are:
- Ufugaji wa kuku wa asili (15 671 page views)
- Matofali ya udongo uliogandamizwa (7 826 page views)
- Uwele (6 189 page views)
- Chakula (5 459 page views)
- Kupaka rangi (5 375 page views)
Overall, your impact has been of 74,181 page views, woozaa!
Also, your user page has received 703 visits! People are interested in knowing more about you, to tell the world what you've been up to.
Thanks for your contributions and for making Appropedia great, have a merry green Christmas!!