Thanks for your contributions. Since there seems to be some confusion about what content is appropriate for a region article you might want to look at Bali, which is a good example of how a region article can be filled out. If you have questions please ask here or in the Pub. -- Ryan • (talk) • 17:46, 10 May 2011 (EDT)
Hi, Eddi. I want to compliment you for all the work you've been doing to increase information about Ireland on Wikitravel. I visited the North last summer and plan to visit the Republic at some point, and I look forward to using some of the content you've put up.
what needs to be done with the Ireland page? you added the "needs attention" thing at the bottom.
Every Wikitravel article should have an article status, so I simply restored the status (with an upgrade to "usable"). See Wikitravel:Article status. For the guidelines on how the status of country articles is determined see Wikitravel:Country guide status. Achieving "guide" status for country articles is fairly difficult due to the requirement that all major city/region articles must be at least "usable", and to my knowledge Singapore is the only "star" level country article on Wikitravel. -- Ryan • (talk) • 13:35, 11 May 2011 (EDT)
Hi Eddi1. When I was taking a look at the Ballaghmore article you created, I've noticed that word by word copies of at least some of the text there exists on some other websites, too. Please take a look at this Google search result for example: . Was this text written by you, or have you just copied it from somewhere? This is important, as that might be a violation of our copyleft license. – Vidimian 05:23, 13 May 2011 (EDT)
Yeah, but we still need to attribute the creators of the original text over there. That involves using some (IMHO) rather ugly-looking tags on Wikitravel pages, so I'd rather the text be re-written for Wikitravel. However, that's just my preference, and if you prefer to keep the descriptions as how they stand now, just putting Template:Wikipedia at the end of the page to keep it legal is okay, too. – Vidimian 12:16, 16 May 2011 (EDT)