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Hi, my name is Luchesar ILIEV (IPA /ˌɫɤɛzˈar ilˈiɛv/).

I'm a sysop on the Bulgarian Wikipedia and Wiktionary. Accordingly, these are the projects I'm mostly active on. I'm also the hostmaster of the domains, which belongs to the recognized Wikimedians of Bulgaria User Group, and[1] Very rarely, I may use the account Luchesar as well. Kerberizer is my bot. Outside of the real world of Wikipedia, I live a virtual existence as an IT engineer.

Need to contact me?

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bg-N За този потребител българският език e роден.
en-4 This user has near native speaker knowledge of English.
ru-4 Этот участник владеет русским языком почти как родным.
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  1. I've been planning to set up an URL shortener service for Wikipedia since at least 2011. While several other Wikipedia URL shorteners have come and gone in the meantime, I never managed to come up with a solution that was universal enough. The reason is that I want to cover not just the English Wikipedia, but also the other language ones, especially the Bulgarian, where the problem with long URLs due to percent-encoded paths is especially pronounced. So, if you have some bright idea how to achieve this—in an elegant and flexible way—don't hesitate to contact me. Meanwhile, a few short URLs do already work. Links of the type<lang> (e.g. point to the respective language version of Wikipedia. Links of the type<username> (e.g. point to the respective user page on Meta. Last but not least, points, perhaps not too surprisingly, to Jimbo's user page. Additionally, you may stumble upon addresses like and