My contributions not too helpful.

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My recent contributions are these. I wonder whether there is room for improvement.

19:58: You edited the Other Last Name(s) and Other Last Name for [unlisted].19:57: You edited the data for [unlisted].19:57: You edited the Biography and Current Last Name for [unlisted].19:52: You edited the Biography for [unlisted].19:41: You edited the Biography for [unlisted].19:39:  You added [unlisted] as sibling for [unlisted].19:39: You created [unlisted].19:35: You edited the Biography for [unlisted].19:31:  You added [unlisted] as child for [unlisted].19:31: You created [unlisted].16:20:  You added [unlisted] as child for [unlisted].16:20: You created [unlisted].16:17: You edited the Death Place and Status Indicators for [unlisted].

 

in The Tree House by Sir William Arbuthnot of Kittybrewster G2G6 Pilot (171k points)
Blame it on the EU. Unlike many of the members of WikiTree whose work has been affected, you at least live in the EU (albeit not for much longer).
I'm sure unlisted appreciates your efforts, Sir William.
I don’t see any particular purpose in blame, but I am sure there is room for Wikitree management to improve on the wording so that at least I am able to benefit from reviewing my contributions.
Sir William, if you hover your mouse over one of the "Unlisted" links and look at the bottom left corner of your screen, you'll see the Profile ID, which does include the LNAB, so you'll have at least some idea of who the profile is for.

Aren't you a baron of some sort? Do us Americans a solid and use your noble magic to make GDPR go away! :)

Seriously though, you are one of the most helpful people on this site. It's a shame everyone's contributions are being devalued by this nonsense.

A Baronet, which is not a nobleman and has no political power. My brother is a Baron and a nobleman with a seat In Parliament,but he too is powerless over this one. Europe is not democratic.

Nothing I can do about this appalling law which was  introduced by Europe which takes precedence over British law.

You are very kind to appreciate my contributions.

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