Difference between revisions of "User talk:P.K.Niyogi"
Revision as of 12:52, 23 October 2006
Hello P.K.Niyogi! Welcome to Wikitravel. Please take a sec to look at our copyleft and policies and guidelines, but feel free to plunge forward and edit some pages. Scanning the Manual of style, especially the article templates, can give you a good idea of how we like articles formatted. If you need help, check out Wikitravel:Help, and if you need some info not on there, post a message in the travellers' pub.
Thanks for your contributions! We tend to be very wary about the copyright of images on this site, so could you indicate the source for each of the images you've uploaded:
Adding something as simple as "Map created by person" or "Photo from site" would be sufficient to allow the editors here to feel confident that the image really is something that is compliant with our Wikitravel:Copyleft. Otherwise, looks good! Thanks again, and welcome! -- Ryan 02:30, 21 June 2006 (EDT)
All the photgraphs uploaded were taken by me. The map also is mine.P.K.Niyogi 07:33, 21 June 2006 (EDT)
I know you're somewhat new here, but any future images you upload would you please make sure to upload them to Wikitravel Shared? It's the same thing as Wikimedia Commons and allows all of the language versions of Wikitravel use the images, not just the English version. To use Wikitravel Shared you'll need an sign up for an account over there. To get back to the English Wikitravel after using Wikitravel Shared just type in www.wikitravel.org, which will take you back to the English version. Also, make sure all images you upload are yours and they are licensed under the CC-by-SA 1.0 license or public domain. Thanks. -- Andrew Haggard (Sapphire) 13:55, 9 August 2006 (EDT) The photos uploaded were taken by me at site. I have drawn the map. I hope this serves your purpose. P.K.Niyogi 07:37, 21 June 2006 (EDT)
DSP PR stands for Durgapur Steel Plant Public Relations. They have provided the photographs with full knowledge that I am going to put them in Wikipedia or Wikitravel. They also provide pictures to the press as and when required. They are easily identified by the initials. P.K.Niyogi 02:46, 12 August 2006 (EDT)
Thanks. I will have to find out how to do that. Once I do that I will put it up, but not today. I have some more images for uploading. -- P.K.Niyogi 20:42, 31 August 2006 (EDT)
Images used by articles
You asked Andrew if there is a way to find if an image  is being used by someone on Wikitravel. Yes indeed there is. If you go to Image:St.Paul's Cathedral.JPG for example, at the very bottom, there is a "links" section which shows all the pages that link to that image. (As of now, only London links to it) You can do the same for images that you upload to shared. For example, you have uploaded Image:Inside Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London.JPG to shared. But you can access it directly from the English Wikitravel using the link, and there indeed you can see that it is linked from London/South Bank on the English Wikitravel. But there is no way to know if other language articles have linked to your image except by visiting the same image's page on every language.
Hope that is clear. If not, please don't hesitate to ask on my talk page. And kudos for the great work you are doing! — Ravikiran 08:29, 2 September 2006 (EDT)
The list of cities is growing enormous on the West Bengal article. The ideal number for a list of places is a maximum of nine, so if you have the knowledge of the city and distict relationshhips, it would be really helpful if you could place the lesser known cities onto their specific district page - see Karnataka as an example. Thanks. WindHorse 00:31, 16 October 2006 (EDT)
01:18, 16 October 2006 (EDT)
I thnink I will be able to help out. -- P.K.Niyogi 02:15, 16 October 2006 (EDT) Retrieved from "http://wikitravel.org/en/User_talk:WindHorse"
Hi Niyogiji The infobox looks good, but it is better to put those things in a template so that the users don't have to type all that in every page. I can have a go at it, but only after I come back from my Diwali trip on Wednesday. Wish you a happy Diwali! — Ravikiran 16:58, 19 October 2006 (EDT)
Sacred sites, Tourist Destinations, Other destinations
Hi Niyogi-ji - I previously made a general request/suggestion regarding the list of 'Sacred sites', 'Other destinations' on the India article (see debate below taken from India Talk page). As someone who lives in India, your comments and possible assistance with this could be invaluable WindHorse 03:15, 23 October 2006 (EDT)
:I would agree with that... and list the others in the state sections... like Trichur, and in fact all of the Kerala sites, doesn't need to be on main India page... maybe have 1 bullet for 'Tamil Nadu - amazing temples such as xxx' and then have a broader list on the Tamil Nadu page... Cacahuate 04:36, 22 October 2006 (EDT)
You left this message on my discussion page: I have been working on Jharkhand for the past few days. I found there were some locations – just general cities. Then I added ‘National Parks’ and ‘Pilgrimage centres’. Now, there could be some places not defined by any of these. I would have to think of another heading to suit that. I personally feel that it is extremely difficult to standardize these things round the world. You have to allow for local variations. Since I do not have information on the full debate you are referring to, I am unable to comment immediately. -- P.K.Niyogi 07:35, 23 October 2006 (EDT)
Sorry Niyogi-ji, I didn't explain well. My comments regarding a debate referred to the information I sent you in italics. The problem has nothing to do with Jaldapara - which is developing into a great article by the way - but the main India article itself. Ideally, lists should consist of no more than nine places, but as you'll see, the list from 'Tourist destinations', 'Other destinations' and 'Sacred sites has well exceeded that number and looks untidy. So, what I propose to do is to prune it down, and to do that I plan to combine the 'Other destinations' and 'Tourist destinations' into one list called 'Other destinations', and reduce the number of sacred sites to nine. Certainly, not all these places meriit being listed in the main article and most can be assimulated into a regional article. As I am not familar with many of the towns listed, I was seeking your guidance and/or help as an Indian regarding which to places leave on the main page and which to relegate to a regional article. As you will see, I suggested six places to remain in the sacred site list, but those were only suggestions based on my (limited) knowledge of Indian culture. Apologies for the confusion.WindHorse 08:46, 23 October 2006 (EDT)