Benvenuto in Wikitravel italiana.
Luciodem 08:26, 2 set 2006 (EDT)
Ciao. Bravissimo per aver tradotto Teramo in portoghese. Sono stato in Portogallo in luglio. Sono stato a Barcellona e altri paesi vicini. Conosci anche il giapponese? Qual è la tua lingua madre? Luciodem 10:05, 3 set 2006 (EDT)
Hi Texugo - thanks for the help in this italian venture. I noted you deleted a link in the article Lussemburgo. Well, there were many reasons, and btw it was in the wrong location. But, for example, I am inserting links to the hotels in Milano, and I intend to insert a link to the site of a club of foreign-speakers, of importance for aliens parachuted in Milan. I am not sure, but the link you deleted seems to be of the same kind. Do you mean this is not wikitravel-legal (:o))? --Ub 21:20, 22 mag 2007 (CEST)
Mmmmm.... nobody in Milan is using the zones in terms of districts. I had just mentioned the zones to be propedeutical to the following radial concept - in reality, if somebody asks where I do live, I would rather answer Porta Vercellina, and not Zona 6 (or is it 7?). So, no use of saying where are the movie theatres of Zona 7 since nobody would understand. Actually, my idea was to reorganize the hotels - and just the hotels - in a different way, still to be defined in detail, and the classificaton in zones was a sort of WIP just to give a raw info for the starters. In other words, I will presumably revert to a different organization. And I understand that mentioning the site of the hotels is kosher, which was my main question.--Ub 22:47, 23 mag 2007 (CEST)
Texugo, I tried to start a discussion with you. In my wiki experience (mainly in wikipedia) relocating a message is considered a real breech of the wikiquette. And I did not appreciate.
Honest, in all the time I spent in wikitravel I did neve had a serious argument - actually, no argument at all. Neither I had many constructive dicussions, but I am inclined to believe that the problem is one due to the young age of /it. Well, if the first discussion is one resulting in rudeness, just continue alone. No discussion, no dissent - perfect, right? --Ub 22:59, 6 giu 2007 (CEST)
Hmm... I think we have a misunderstanding here. I did not in any way intend to be rude, so I don't know exactly what offended you. If you are talking about our discussion about hotel price sections in Milano, what I was saying is this:
You are suggesting changes which would affect every article in the Italian Wikitravel. I don't know about Wikipedia, but one of Wikitravel's goals is to have every article organized in a consistant model. (Milano wouldn't be the only article with your proposed changes-- we'd have to amend the model and change every other article as well.)
These changes would also make the Italian Wikitravel's organization scheme different from every other language version. (This would make it harder to translate this section to and from Italian.)
Any change this big should be discussed by everyone at length on a public discussion page like the Bar dei viaggiatori. (People are not so likely to find and join this discussion on the Milano talk page).
You could try to start a movement on Shared to get support for a top-down change on every language version, but this kind of thing has been discussed before, in many languages, and nobody has changed the three-tier organization yet. (It would be an uphill battle.)
That's all. I don't think your ideas are bad at all, I just think implementing them may prove to be problematic. I apologize if something sounded rude! Also I don't understand what you mean about "relocating a message". (Did I move something of yours?) Texugo 07:13, 7 giu 2007 (CEST)
P.S. - I'm still waiting for your Milano district organization idea... Texugo 07:13, 7 giu 2007 (CEST)