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Thanks for all the work on the Greece article. Please keep in mind that briefness is a virtue in the "Understand" section. I know that Hellas has a lot of history, so try to keep it as quick and general as you can, focusing on the aspects that are mostly likely to interest and help a typical traveler to understand the modern-day country he's visiting. - Todd VerBeek 21:32, 9 July 2006 (EDT)
- Agains, great work on Greece -- I think it's well on it's way to becoming a guide or even a star! Just fyi, you can auto sign your posts with a ~~~~ HTH. Majnoona 00:33, 20 July 2006 (EDT)
Since you said you'd like to be a docent for Greece, I've added the code to put your name on the page (on the left). It isn't a huge responsibility: mostly just putting information on your User page telling people how to contact you with questions about the country (e-mail? here on your User_talk page? private courier?) and then answer them if you can. - Todd VerBeek 20:11, 20 July 2006 (EDT)
By editing the article of Athens, you mean that when you visited Athens you were shocked? And what shocked you?