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I notice you're contributing a bit to Backpacker. Can you check my question on Talk:Backpacker, which is basically whether or not Backpacker and Urban backpacking should be the same article. Hypatia 21:15, 15 September 2006 (EDT)
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...so it's possible to engage in a conversion -- where are you sourcing all this Thai data, in particular, the bit about (some) borders being closed? Jpatokal 18:17, 20 September 2006 (EDT)
It is obvious you have a lot of energy and you would be most welcome to create an account (so we could communicate better) and start doing some real clean up in lieu of creating useless redirects to articles that don't exist. So come on, create an account and join in. -- Tom Holland (xltel) 09:34, 23 September 2006 (EDT)
There has been much heated debate on whether every map dot should get its own article, with the general consensus being that if you can sleep there it gets an article OR if someone wants to write an article about their home town then an article is OK. In the case of the two Woodworth's that are linked to from the disambiguation page you created, one has a population of 80, and the other is a part of a larger town in Louisiana, so I'm not sure that they actually meet the article criteria... (also copied to Talk:Woodworth) -- Ryan 21:53, 24 December 2006 (EST)
VND vs dong
Please don't replace the handy monosyllabic name "dong" with the obscure currency code "VND".
And sign up for an account. Jpatokal 02:22, 11 January 2007 (EST)
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