I'll keep the User name for now, if I may. It's suitably nondescript and anonymous don't you think?
I registered because it was taking me 20 and more attempts to pass your fiendish captcha test. It's almost like you only want spambots and spammers to edit... --118dot93dot73dot30 04:22, 22 January 2013 (EST)
Sure! you can keep the name, it's absolutely fine. I just thought you might wanted to change it to something shorter:)
Yes, it's definitely a better idea to be registered as the captcha test might be sometimes frustrating. Plus, having an account gives you several benefits. if you need any help, let me know. Warm regards, IBAlex 17:37, 22 January 2013 (EST)
Thank you for a quick reaction to this post . I appreciate this a lot. Warm regards, IBAlex 15:59, 7 February 2013 (EST)
I note that you are enagaged in some form of edit war with a number of people. Please could you stop these disruptive edits, including your insisence on the erroneous use of apostrophes such as "It has it's own free Wi-Fi" and "lasagna and pizza's"
Please remember to sign your posts. Your contribution history shows that you might want to consider creating your own account on Wikitravel because it will provide various benefits:
choose to turn off advertising or Orbitz (in your Account Settings)
credit for your travel writing and edits, which will all be attributed to you rather than just an IP address
your contributions will become more trusted as you become familiar to other Wikitravellers as a frequent editor with a history they can check
Although you are correct with the two examples you cite, your own edit (and those credited to the other IP) introduced many more errors - as any third party can verify if they carefully study the diffs. Rather than labelling edits or editors, I suggest that you click on the blue links in my edit summaries to learn about WT's various policies and resort to the discussion page of the article to discuss any reversions you wish to make in future to see if a consensus can be obtained. --118dot93dot73dot30 02:56, 14 February 2013 (EST)
Agreed just stop making stupid edits and follow policy please. 220.127.116.11 01:56, 14 February 2013 (EST)
Please allow me to make any edits I see fit to my own talk page. It is a bug. I still see new message banners wherever I go on this site, even once looking at my talk page. which policy says I cant delete it? 18.104.22.168 02:52, 18 February 2013 (EST)
I must correct you. It is not "your" talk page. It is the talk page for communicating with any user of that particular IP address, either now or in the future. I have suggested before that you should register an account and that is what you now need to do if you wish a talk page that is individual to yourself. I have given you further advice on the page in question and you should either correspond with me there or, far better, register an account. --118dot93dot73dot30 04:03, 20 February 2013 (EST)
I am assuming your edits to this page are your original content writing, yes? If so, kudos. Nice work.--IBobi 16:06, 12 March 2013 (EDT)
In line with the recent agreed end to litigation, I edit on a number of travel related sites. There were some changes made by other editors on other sites before I largely expanded the original article - but I have largely re-worded those (or they are so minimal as to fall under the de minimis copyright exemptions or are facts which, as you know, can not be copyrighted, no more than addresses and phone numbers can be copyrighted).
Consequently, I believe that any editing I do is in line with these statements:
but please correct me if I am wrong in that interpretation. --118dot93dot73dot30 16:14, 12 March 2013 (EDT)
I will take your silence as assent, then... --118dot93dot73dot30 19:00, 14 March 2013 (EDT)
for revision of my writing style.
I'm atually really happy I found that website, because I like the opportunity to share information about beloved Guinea Bissau with other people. Unfortunatly I have only about 10 more days left in germany before return to Guinea Bissau where my Internet-time and connection speed is extremly limited. But I'll do my best to add as much content as possible during that days.
Is there a guidance of how to add charts? Because articles like Creole phrasebook tend to get extremly confusing the more content they contain.
Where is it desired to add pictures? I have a lot of pictures from different places in Bissau, or the islands and other places. --NemoSum 01:55, 26 March 2013 (CET)
We very much appreciate your desire to assist other travellers to Guinea-Bissau.