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I removed the "External links" section from the Alkmaar article  a couple of days ago, unfortunately my "Summary" comment was simply remove External Links section - something like removing "External links" section - see Where did the "External links" sections go? would have been much better, sorry about that.
If in doubt, please post something here or on the Talk:Alkmaar page - thanks!
PS: hope you don't mind me asking, but maybe you could also review some or all of these external links too? - if so, many thanks!
Hi Wesopa. You have been doing a great job with articles related to Holland and Dutch cities. As you are very familiar with the country, is it possible that you could help reduce the number of cities listed on the main Netherlands page. According to Witravel rules the number should not exceed nine. In addition, the custom is to place the capital city first, then list the other eight cities in alphabetical order. Thanks. WindHorse 26 Feb 06
Hey Wesopa, I had a go at pruning the list myself. Some places like Amsterdam and the Hague obviously should be among the nine places listed. Some others, though, I'm not sure about. Please change at your discretion. Thanks. WindHorse 26 Feb 06
Please don't remove section headers just because there isn't (currently) something under them (like when you "cleaned up" Bergen (Netherlands). We leave them there to make it clear that there's information missing, and to help people put it in the right place. - Todd VerBeek 07:41, 9 June 2006 (EDT)
You wrote: "If you feel you are deliberately being treated offensively, then you probably are." Which means you are deliberately being rude, because that's certainly how I feel about the way you've been treating me (and other editors). Thanks for making this clear; I'll stop assuming otherwise. - Todd VerBeek 16:20, 9 June 2006 (EDT)