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Hi, i'm the local & was trying to provide the latest info regarding the places in Malacca. But there's someone edited it to the outdated info again. This is disappointing in using this! Chodron (talk) 02:58, 23 September 2016 (EDT)
Hello, can you help me for save this address in mount merapi page?
I see that you edit my listing and moved to the bottom of "Do" section. History shows that the previous listing was added to the top, but you only moved mine. If using formatting rules, rules must be the same for everyone. No? Thank you. —The preceding comment was added by Tonci (talk • contribs)
Add new Talk topic with Mayu relating to edit done
Hi Mayu, I am Marc, born in South Africa, grew up in Japan and have traveled the world extensively. I see you removed my link to our Vibescout daily update of events in South Africa under the Do section:
My understanding under External link usage allows for this and would benefit tourists - as it is a dynamic list of current events - not an aggregate static list of venues or clubs etc. There is no official tourism site that provides this service for the country - many smaller official tourism sites use our API to add a list to their sites. There are three possible uses for external links: • In-article text links: Links within the article text should be kept to a minimum and generally should point only to primary sources. Examples of valid links to primary sources, might include ... and sites offering daily updates .... I would appreciate it if you could clarify the reason for the edit. Regards Marc