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I completely agree that if the Kyoto guide is to be of any use, it needs to be districted. The city actually isn't that large in size, but in attractions, it's HUGE! I had always thought that if someone tried to use it as a guide, it'd be quite troublesome. I hope it didn't mess up your trip too much! The [[Kyoto]] guide is organized much better than the [[Osaka]] page, though. That one needs a complete overhaul! I'll be leaving Japan soon, so next week I may be MIA, but I'll definitely try to work on the Kyoto conversion, if we do go through with this. [[User:ChubbyWimbus|ChubbyWimbus]] 11:33, 23 May 2009 (EDT)
 
I completely agree that if the Kyoto guide is to be of any use, it needs to be districted. The city actually isn't that large in size, but in attractions, it's HUGE! I had always thought that if someone tried to use it as a guide, it'd be quite troublesome. I hope it didn't mess up your trip too much! The [[Kyoto]] guide is organized much better than the [[Osaka]] page, though. That one needs a complete overhaul! I'll be leaving Japan soon, so next week I may be MIA, but I'll definitely try to work on the Kyoto conversion, if we do go through with this. [[User:ChubbyWimbus|ChubbyWimbus]] 11:33, 23 May 2009 (EDT)
 
:Thanks for responding!  And no worries; I consulted a variety of travel references so the trip went almost perfectly (and Wikitravel was still a very big help).  You're right, the Kyoto guide is quite nicely organised; all that needs to be done is make it easier to digest by not feeding all that information to users on a single page.  Let's hope the districting project will be a great success.  --[[User:Diego de Manila|Diego de Manila]] 20:23, 23 May 2009 (EDT)
 
:Thanks for responding!  And no worries; I consulted a variety of travel references so the trip went almost perfectly (and Wikitravel was still a very big help).  You're right, the Kyoto guide is quite nicely organised; all that needs to be done is make it easier to digest by not feeding all that information to users on a single page.  Let's hope the districting project will be a great success.  --[[User:Diego de Manila|Diego de Manila]] 20:23, 23 May 2009 (EDT)
 
==Praise and some info==
 
 
First, thanks for the great work you put into [[Manila/Intramuros]]! Second, there's something afoot that I think you'd be interested in. Wikitravel's community is looking into the possibility of migrating to the Wikimedia Foundation. A good overview of the process and reasons for the migration can be found in this FAQ [http://wikivoyage.org/general/Migration_FAQ]. All the best, [[User:Ikan Kekek|Ikan Kekek]] 18:28, 19 August 2012 (EDT)
 

Latest revision as of 22:20, 11 September 2012

Hello, Diego de Manila! Welcome to Wikitravel.

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Thanks for your contributions to Japan! Jpatokal 08:42, 20 May 2009 (EDT)


Thanks for the welcome! --Diego de Manila 02:11, 21 May 2009 (EDT)


Kyoto Districts[edit]

I completely agree that if the Kyoto guide is to be of any use, it needs to be districted. The city actually isn't that large in size, but in attractions, it's HUGE! I had always thought that if someone tried to use it as a guide, it'd be quite troublesome. I hope it didn't mess up your trip too much! The Kyoto guide is organized much better than the Osaka page, though. That one needs a complete overhaul! I'll be leaving Japan soon, so next week I may be MIA, but I'll definitely try to work on the Kyoto conversion, if we do go through with this. ChubbyWimbus 11:33, 23 May 2009 (EDT)

Thanks for responding! And no worries; I consulted a variety of travel references so the trip went almost perfectly (and Wikitravel was still a very big help). You're right, the Kyoto guide is quite nicely organised; all that needs to be done is make it easier to digest by not feeding all that information to users on a single page. Let's hope the districting project will be a great success. --Diego de Manila 20:23, 23 May 2009 (EDT)

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