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Thank you for your contributions to the Tulsa article.
ClausHansen 00:39, 12 January 2010 (EST)
Great to see so much enthusiastic work, one point though, we normally don't break up the See section until there are around 6-7 listings. Too many subdivisions can also be confusing to readers. --Stefan (sertmann) talk 14:42, 16 January 2010 (EST)
I can only echo what others have already said - excellent work. One request. When you start a new article, can you please make sure you deal with the breadcrumb trail by filling in the IsPartOf tag at the bottom. It is much easier for you to do this as you know the destinations, whereas others have to look it up. Cheers and please keep it up. --Burmesedays 03:21, 17 January 2010 (EST)
There! I fixed it. Sorry for the inconvenience. (MissouriMigrant84)
As others have said, nice work! A small tip, the "Get out" section is not for details for leaving; it is for suggesting good ideas for where to go next and or day-trips. Wikitravel:Big city article template#Get out explains it pretty well. --Peter Talk 01:24, 19 January 2010 (EST)
Thanks for the tips and Comments everyone. I am glad to be here as this is the first Internet Community I have joined that has not stabbed me in the back for being who I am.
I updated my profile page as well as a lot of listings for areas in Tulsa County (My primary focus right now is the page for my hometown of Broken Arrow) User:MissouriMigrant84
Phone number formatting
Grateful for Any and All Input
Thank you, Please keep me updated, I'm new here and always eager to talk about Oklahoma as usual. User:MissouriMigrant84
explanations for changes
Hi. I add my appreciation for the work you have been doing. Just one thing: when you make changes could you indicate briefly what they are. e.g. on your latest Tulsa changes something like "EAT listings added and order changed". Thanks Shep 02:55, 31 January 2010 (EST)