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Thanks for your help on Birmingham (England)! Have you considered becoming a docent for the article? If you're up for this, your username goes on the side bar and if someone has a question about the place they ask you. If you can answer them then just integrate the info into the article. -- Tim 15:48, 27 November 2006 (EST)
OK, I tweaked the maps, adding labels and route summaries to the bus map and changing the pattern of the mainline routes on the rail map (the rest I left alone as the colours don't signify anything particularly important, they're just there to match up with the local rail guides). Hopefully that should be sufficient, but if you think anything further is needed let me know. --Paul. 17:25, 28 November 2006 (EST)
December 2006 discussions
I tried to add this section to Wikitravel_talk:Phone_numbers, but kept getting "spam blocked".
See recent discussion at Tech: Automatic area codes in listings and on its talk page. Note also the hCard microforamt, which allows for telephone number mark-up. Andy Mabbett 18:03, 13 December 2006 (EST)