The obvious answer is yes. User pages help foster community spirit and camaraderie. If you are a registered Wiki user and contributor, a user page is for you. Your user page is a place for you to create a personal profile and introduce yourself as a FamilySearch Research Wiki contributor. It is the primary page that other users can access to view your user space and contact you. If you have not already done so, please create your own user page.
Your user page is not the same as a homepage. The FamilySearch Wiki is not a blog, web space provider, or social networking site. Instead, think of your user page as a way of organizing the work that you are doing on the articles in the FamilySearch Wiki. You are also providing a way to help other editors understand the people they’re working with.
A good place to start is to add information about you. This information could include contact information (e-mail, instant messaging, etc.), a photograph, your real name, your location, information about your areas of expertise, likes and dislikes, other homepages, and so forth. Obviously, your choices will depend on how cautious you are with respect to your privacy. User pages are as flexible as other pages on the Wiki. You might mention what your main interest is in family history, and you can enter links to your family history web page or blog. You might also want to add favorite quotations.
Here is a link to an article on the Wiki to help you get started creating your own User page:
For more ideas for your User page, here are some links to User pages that are currently posted on the FamilySearch Wiki:
These user pages range from very little information to a great deal of information about the users.