Hi there. Please stop adding copyrighted material to Humboldt. It is not acceptable to copy text from cityofhumboldt.ca or any other website with rights reserved without first seeking express permission to use it here and then posting evidence of that on the talk page of the article in question. If you have any questions, drop me a line. Texugo 13:06, 18 August 2009 (EDT)
- Hello, Tourismhumboldt. Based on your name, I'd guess you have some official relationship with the community of Humboldt, SK. Trouble is, we don't know that for sure; from here, it looks like you're just copying information from Humboldt's web site, and that's not allowed. Please communicate with us so we can work together to create a great travel guide instead of just removing the information you're adding. LtPowers 17:28, 18 August 2009 (EDT)
- Hello, Texugo. I am with the City of Humboldt and all of the information being put on there is our own work. It is from the City of Humboldt website but we wrote all of the write ups. —The preceding comment was added by Tourismhumboldt (talk • contribs) .
- Thanks for your reply. If you have read about our licensing and have the power to relicense the text yourself, please put a note to that extent on the talk page of the Humboldt article as soon as possible. Without it we will be forced to delete the text again.
- Also, a quick note-- area attractions outside city limits belong in the Get out section at the bottom, not in the See section. Please stop moving them back up there. Thanks! Texugo 20:47, 19 August 2009 (EDT)
- P.S. - You might also want to read Wikitravel:Manual of style and Wikitravel:Don't tout, as some of your text will inevitably be changed (e.g. invitational first person plural), "Come check out our...", etc.). Texugo 20:51, 19 August 2009 (EDT)