To tell you the truth, I've been editing here on Wikitravel as an IP for many years, so I'm pretty familiar with a lot of the stuff. I'd welcome your comments on the two issues I've already posted about in the Pub! --Ttcf (talk) 15:05, 17 February 2014 (EST)
Hi! I noticed you are making unilateral changes to the format of the site to fit your personal tastes. This is not how things work on Wikitravel (I'm sure you know it). Please refrain from changing policy pages and templates without community and admin agreement. Thanks! IBAlex (talk) 14:10, 18 February 2014 (EST)
Well, it's rather disappointing that you still haven't commented on the relevant page nearly one week later. Please don't conflate your opinion with that of the "community" - it's not just a meaningless PR word, you know! --Ttcf (talk) 22:02, 24 February 2014 (EST)
Thanks for putting my edits back, I didn't understand why they'd been undone either:) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Ruben Alexander (talk • contribs) • 01:03, 11 April 2014 (UTC)
User:Ibrshao does terrific work combating vandalism and touting here, but in this case I have the strong suspicion, from looking at your other contributions, that you are quite knowledgeable about Belgium and should be allowed a few days to develop your ideas further. If, after a week or so, your ideas have not further developed or there is a consensus that they are not useful for travellers then we may have to think again.
"Regions are somewhat nebulous organizational groupings we use on Wikitravel to organize all the many cities in a country into some kind of navigable and comprehensible hierarchy. They can be sub-national political territories, like Minnesota or New South Wales, or more nebulous "tourist" regions like Normandy, or the American Southwest. Region articles tend to be more "soft", discussing the people, culture, climate, and cuisine in the region, rather than the legalistic stuff that's in a country article, or the addresses-and-phone-numbers stuff that's in a city article.
Before you plunge forward creating a region, keep in mind that we only add a new level of regions when there are too many cities or too much content in the existing breakdown. The regional hierarchy at Wikitravel doesn't always follow the official breakdown—and frequently is much "flatter" than the official breakdown." --Ttcf (talk) 23:27, 10 April 2014 (EDT)