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I also think you had better create a user account and start logging in if you are going to make structural changes rather than just correct spelling. Logging in will let you do this. That way you can be accountable for your actions and can explain them, just as we are to anyone else who uses the wiki.
Please also remember that we try to seek consensus here, so your view should not be the only view to be considered when you make these changes. Otherwise somebody will reverse them when they disagree. I know it is probably awfully bureaucratic and cumbersome to do this, but it is the polite way of doing things. -- Huttite 14:57, 1 Jan 2006 (EST)
crêpe is not English spelling
There are 26 letters in the English alphabet ê is not one of them. It cannot be typed on a standard US 101 keyboard. Your spelling change of crepe -> crêpe is not correct. -- Huttite 17:15, 1 Jan 2006 (EST)
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