Wikitravel:Using discussion pages
Every article on Wikitravel has an associated talk page for discussing that article. Talk pages are not chat boards or comment areas; they're for coordinating editorial decisions, suggesting new material that should be considered, and generally collaborating on making a great article.
If you have new information for an article, by all means plunge forward and edit that page. But if there are multiple people working on an article, it can help to use the talk page to divide up tasks and hammer out differences.
private tour guide,interpreters & assistants in Chengdu
HI, I am the translator in Chengdu. If you are the foreigners and need someone who familar with Chengdu to be your tour guide, such as to watch the panda, temples, and enjoy native Sichuan dished and snacks, please contact me. I will be ready for offering help. all the time.
E-mail: email@example.com MSN: Yunyan Skype: fu yunyan (yunyan_fu) QQ:29460607
User talk pages
The discussion page for a user page is special; it's called a user talk page. You can use user talk pages to leave someone in particular a personal message. Don't forget that they're publicly accessible, and anyone can read them. Try to keep discussions about a particular article on that article's talk page, too.
If you have something to discuss about Wikitravel as a whole, the Wikitravel:Travellers' pub is a good place to put your comments. You can also add a talk-page style note to the Logbook by clicking on "Today's Log" in the left-hand nav bar.
Requests for comment
If you think an issue needs more attention, you can add it to the requests for comment page to get more attention on it.
There are some points of etiquette in using talk pages that have built up over the years. Here are a few: