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I'm sorry I could not really answer your question. --<sub>singapore</sub>[[User_talk:Singapore.Alice|<b><font color="#0000DD">A</font><font color="#0066FF">l</font><font color="#0099FF">i</font><font color="#00CCFF">c</font><font color="#00EEFF">e</font></b>]] 18:03, 29 October 2012 (EDT)
 
I'm sorry I could not really answer your question. --<sub>singapore</sub>[[User_talk:Singapore.Alice|<b><font color="#0000DD">A</font><font color="#0066FF">l</font><font color="#0099FF">i</font><font color="#00CCFF">c</font><font color="#00EEFF">e</font></b>]] 18:03, 29 October 2012 (EDT)
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I admire the contributions you are making to South East Asian and especially Thailand articles, but I was rather puzzled by [http://wikitravel.org/wiki/en/index.php?title=Udon_Thani&curid=9717&diff=1955265&oldid=1950996 this edit] and the accompanying edit comment you made: "WiFi is the preferred WT standard".
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This is because, since 7 November 2007, [http://wikitravel.org/wiki/en/index.php?title=Wikitravel%3AAbbreviations&action=historysubmit&diff=1780181&oldid=1780175 the advice given] at [[Abbrev.#Contact]] has been clearly different: "'''Wi-Fi''' is used for wireless internet using access points (hotspots)"
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Does this advice to use '''Wi-Fi''' differ from advice given on some other policy page, please? --<sub>singapore</sub>[[User_talk:Singapore.Alice|<b><font color="#0000DD">A</font><font color="#0066FF">l</font><font color="#0099FF">i</font><font color="#00CCFF">c</font><font color="#00EEFF">e</font></b>]] 22:21, 16 November 2012 (EST)

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Hello, Seligne! Welcome to Wikitravel.

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  • Great work on the Khao Lak article, good to see some informed and developmental editing occuring in that article. Keep up the good work. -- felix 19:06, 21 June 2012 (EDT)

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Welcome and great work

Hi Seligne, Just wanted to drop you a note and say how I've admired your work here. If you have ever thought of becoming a volunteer administrator, please contact me and let's talk. Also: do you contribute on any other language versions?--IBobi talk email 16:01, 13 September 2012 (EDT)

Thanks much

I take that as high praise indeed, coming from you. I have no clue what a volunteer admin might do, but I am open to helping the wiki community in any way that I can. Frankly, I have reading ability in French and German, and, incipiently, Thai, but I am a newbie and have not gone poking around other language versions. In fact, figuring out how to reply to your communication is taxing my current skill set. I hope this makes it to you! seligne 17:37, 13 September 2012 (EDT)Seligneseligne 17:37, 13 September 2012 (EDT)

I would welcome your input on the current Administrator nominations and respectfully remind you that according to your user page you already seem to have the primary requirement yourself: a genuine wish to assist the traveller! --W. Franke-mailtalk 11:09, 7 October 2012 (EDT)

Message from a very new Italian Admin

Dear Seligne,

Thanks for your message. Your contributions have been extremely valuable and I am really sorry if I have mistaken your explanation about the edit you made. I'll make sure to restore your post as soon as possible. Thanks, EDB 08:43, 26 October 2012 (EDT)

Talk:Patong

I'm sorry I could not really answer your question. --singaporeAlice 18:03, 29 October 2012 (EDT)

Wi-Fi

I admire the contributions you are making to South East Asian and especially Thailand articles, but I was rather puzzled by this edit and the accompanying edit comment you made: "WiFi is the preferred WT standard".

This is because, since 7 November 2007, the advice given at Abbrev.#Contact has been clearly different: "Wi-Fi is used for wireless internet using access points (hotspots)"

Does this advice to use Wi-Fi differ from advice given on some other policy page, please? --singaporeAlice 22:21, 16 November 2012 (EST)

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