User talk:Evan/Oct 2004
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Happy upgrading =) Jpatokal 05:11, 7 Oct 2004 (EDT)
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Serious Problem in German Version
When editing a page, there appears a message on the bottom of the page saying that all submitteded work is GFDL licenced. This might become a dangerous problem, of course. Problem: The text must come from some other source than the LanguageDe.php file. I already have searched for it and didn't find. The verbously copied text is:
Bitte beachten Sie, dass alle Wikitravel-Beiträge automatisch unter der "GNU Freie Dokumentationslizenz" stehen. Falls Sie nicht möchten, dass Ihre Arbeit hier von anderen verändert und verbreitet wird, dann drücken Sie nicht auf "Speichern".
-- Hansm 10:03, 2004 Oct 7 (EDT)
License of German Wikitravel is CC by-sa 1.0
Evan, please have a look at de:Wikitravel Diskussion:Creative Commons Lizenzentwurf - Namensnennung — Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 2.0. I hope, things will turn out to be less critical than they have seemed to you at the first view. -- Hansm 04:14, 2004 Oct 9 (EDT)
Evan! I read your messege to Lamré on Swedish Wikitravel about sysop status. In the beginning, I think it's necessary for us to have a few administrators, in order to solve some of the simple (non software) problems ourselves. Some of the people that so far have contributed to Swedish Wikitravel are also known to me through Wikipedia. It is my firm belief that all trusted users should be granted sysop status. Of course we are also used to the democratic ways of voting before making someone a sysop of before deleting an article or blocking a user. Anyhow, I think it's important that we, at least in the beginning, have more then one admin. If you could grant me beaurocrat status, I can myself make that happen.
One problem that probably is very easy to solve is the minor edit letter in recent changes. I have changed M to m (to seperate it to otherwise similiar N), but it doesn't execute. Because only a sysop can change the minor edit letter, I cannot ask any of my "colleages" to have a try, instead I have to burden you with this small matter. I hope you see my point. :) Yours, Alers 14:02, 9 Oct 2004 (EDT)