It would probably be a good idea to mention that you are the author of the work you are copying from Wikipedia. That license here is different than the one we use at Wikipedia. --Maveric149
Hi! Welcome! It's good to see somebody else onboard who knows something about Australia :) You probably know more about the top end/WA than I do, and I live in the darned country... KJ
Hi Tiles, nice to see you here too. I'm glad to read your trip was a success. I really haven't done much about the protected areas on Wikipedia, and now that I've discovered WikiTravel I fear it'll stay like that for a while. Cheers. D.D. 13:35, 9 Aug 2003 (PDT)
Hey, Tiles. A belated Welcome to Wikitravel. I figure by this point you've already checked out the copyleft and policies and guidelines, but if not please do. If you need help, check out Wikitravel:Help, and if you need some info not on there, post a message in the travellers' pub. Also, I'm wondering... what makes you think we're going to have an article about the Wikipedia travel destination? ;-) -- Evan 08:01, 11 Aug 2003 (PDT)
Oh man! The falling trucks sign has disappeared!? Today!!? This is really too crazy to be true. I do hope they get it back. Why didn't I take a picture of it when I was there?? Cheers. D.D. 12:39, 8 Oct 2003 (PDT)
Sure you can!
- Hi Tiles, I'm glad you like the Wellington picture. There's no problem, it can be added to Wikitravel under the Attribution-ShareAlike 1.0 license. BTW, a happy new year, and many more travels to come! DhDh 00:40, 1 Jan 2004 (PST)