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Hi, thanks for your recent contributions on the Kathmandu article. I noticed that some of the content was not original, which I have reverted. There still is more to be checked but please keep in mind that content on Wikitravel needs to be original. Also if you have been adding content on other websites yourself, whatever you are writing on Wikitravel needs to be worded differently. Please review your latest edits, to avoid that more text will be reverted. We appreciate your efforts, any questions, let us know! Kind regards, Adzas (talk) 12:36, 20 May 2014 (EDT)
Hello, glad someone properly edited the city i live in. May i slightly edit some of your edits (some ~5 places) or there is a certain reason for everything? It all seems well thought out, and some things you have changed now were previously well thought out too, but maybe there is some reason to leave some (ie those) inaccuracies. Eg for the sake of simplicity or so. Or don't you care? --Local (talk) 13:41, 24 June 2014 (EDT)
Thanks for the heads up, while some of the content appeared to be suspect, it all checked out as original. Tysons Corner's history as a mall and shopping center make it appear as spam or business touting, but it's not. Also, our edit history predates duplicate content on other sites. We appreciate you looking out! IBcaldera (talk) 16:01, 7 August 2014 (EDT)
Thank you for contributing again and again! The guide gets better because of editors like you! Appreciated!
Cleveland & Belgrade
Thank you for re-arranging the Cleveland and Belgrade articles. It looks like you are moving information to the various district articles, and in the Belgrade article moving and updating information, which is great. Just when you do so please leave a message in the summary field to explain what you did. When such large amounts of text are removed or added the system flags it as possible spam/vandalism, so it would be a shame if your work is reverted because of this. As far as I can see all is good though, so keep up the great work! Adzas (talk) 16:20, 13 September 2014 (EDT)
Thanks for updating and trimming our Hong Kong article.
Might I trouble you not to change Hong Kong English spellings to US spelling, though?
The other thing you might want to pay attention to is that we use a simple dollar sign ($), and NOT "HK$" in ALL Hong Kong articles - see our currency guidelines for more detail. Any place a simple dollar sign ($) is ambiguous then please use the ISO symbolisation of HKD. --Ttcf (talk) 23:04, 27 October 2014 (EDT)
Unattributed copying from other travel sites
Please do not copy material from other travel sites to here without adequate (and legally required) attribution as you did with our Hong Kong and Iran articles. --Ttcf (talk) 21:41, 31 October 2014 (EDT)
If the work is his own, no attribution is required. Other than that, we do not *accept* contributions that are copied from 3rd party sites, so again, we do not require attribution -- you're simply not allowed to do it. This user's own writing is exempt.IBobi (talk) 21:28, 5 November 2014 (EST)
Hi, I noticed your edits on the Delhi page. This morning I just started a discussion about the districts in this article, and I see you just removed the district list. Before making further drastic changes, please join in the discussion first. The district list I am going to put back again, as this layout is standard in our articles. Looking forward to hearing from you! Adzas (talk) 07:03, 28 February 2015 (EST)
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