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If you have any questions feel free to ask. -- Sapphire 06:47, 22 November 2006 (EST)
Hey! Thanks for adding discoveries to the Discover page, but would you mind trying to post a greater variety of discovery types? What I mean is, the page currently has way too many discoveries about the first or X-est (tallest, oldest, largest, etc.) and the featured 3 should preferably not have more than one of these types featured at the same time. Because there are SO many, though, it is becoming very difficult to update accordingly, especially with all of the other criteria (geographical diversity, images, and making sure the discoveries are not too close (or from the same country as) the DotM/OtBP.
Here are some examples of discoveries that do NOT highlight the first or X-est:
If you find things like these that would make good discoveries, please disperse them between the other Discoveries to keep them fresh and diverse. ChubbyWimbus 12:25, 7 March 2011 (EST)
Ypsilon 03:46, 16 March 2011 (EDT)
I saw you placed a picture of Amsterdam in the Wikitravel:Discover section. It looks good, but as the "fun fact" is about bicycles, you might want to consider this image  that shows a bicycle in Amsterdam :) --globe-trotter 20:59, 5 September 2011 (EDT)
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