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Thanks for all of your edits, but please be aware that you've been editing the Wikitravel:Small city article template instead of the Philadelphia article. Most of your edits have been reverted, but you can still find the information by clicking on the "History" tab on the Wikitravel:Small city article template and then clicking on the date for your edits. To move that information to a more appropriate place simply copy the info that you added, and then view an article such as Philadelphia, click the appropriate edit link in that article, and paste in your info. If you have questions feel free to ask in the Pub or on my talk page. -- Ryan (talk) 15:59, 18 March 2007 (EDT)
Hi, welcome to Wikitravel. I noticed you uploaded an image for Franklin Mills and did not include license information and it appears to be the same image found at www.gophila.com. If you own this image, please indicate it on the upload page and add license information. If you do not own it, then let us know and we will delete it. It is important for us to adhere to copyright and we can not copy images and/or text from other sites. All of our work needs to be original work. We do want your contributions and hope you will continue to add original content. Thanks. -- Tom Holland (xltel) 16:52, 18 March 2007 (EDT)
I've moved Far Northeast Philadelphia to Philadelphia/Far Northeast Philadelphia as it is a district of Philadelphia. However, there is already a district of Philadelphia/Northeast Philadelphia, would it be worth merging the two? -- Tim 09:06, 19 March 2007 (EDT)