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Hello Saturnino!

Welcome to Wikitravel. Please take a sec to look at our copyleft and policies and guidelines, but feel free to plunge forward and edit some pages. Scanning the Manual of style, especially the article templates, can give you a good idea of how we like articles formatted. If you need help, check out Wikitravel:Help, and if you need some info not on there, post a message in the travellers' pub.

Did you forget to log in before editing your user page? Anonymous edits of a users page are considered poor etiquette. If this is not your work, you should blank the page and start over.

Note: The article that appears on your user page appears to be a copyright article that has been republished in many places. -- Huttite 08:36, 9 Jan 2006 (EST)

Rome Airport[edit]

The article you placed on Wikitravel talk:9 January 2006 about Rome airport having two names is a copyright violation from http://www.rome-airport.org/fiumicino-airport.html. This will be deleted as it was placed on an inappropriate article. If you want a link to your own website URL you can place it on your user page or, better, incorporate it as part of a listing in one of the Rome articles. Wikitravel does not usually write about airports.

There are about 170 other websites that use this article. Also, the terms of use of this article, from http://www.articledepot.co.uk/article-38865.htm, indicate that the content is to be left unedited and the links kept live. This is inappropriate for a Wiki, because the content can be edited by anyone under a Creative Commons CC-by-SA licence. -- Huttite 15:48, 13 Jan 2006 (EST)

Stefano Sandano[edit]

What is your relationship with Stefano Sandano? If you are Stefano Sandano, and the Original author of the Rome article submitted here then you can licence these articles under a CC-by-SA licence. However I would only recommend you do this if you want your writing to be freely available, mercilessly edited, torn to pieces, cut up, rearranged, totally deleted, resurrected in any of its past forms, criticised both constructively and destructively and with no guarentee that anything you said would last 5 seconds, let alone remain long enough to make its way into a search engine. If you find those terms completely and utterly acceptable then also please follow the rules and submit your articles. This will, probably, negate the copyright restrictions and conditions you have placed on the same articles that are used on other websites. -- Huttite 16:13, 13 Jan 2006 (EST)

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