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I reverted your change to the Azerbaijan regions hierarchy. We're definitely all open to suggestions, but proposed changes should be first discussed on the talk page. Thanks! --Peter Talk 04:09, 23 January 2008 (EST)

Azerbaijani regions[edit]

Again, I'd like to reiterate that your knowledgeable input is most welcome here. But please propose changes to the regions hierarchy first on the talk page, so that we can make sure that maps get updated, that there is no overlap between regions, etc. Thank you for your understanding. --Peter Talk 04:59, 23 January 2008 (EST)

Get out[edit]

The "Get out" section is for listing places a traveller might go next. More info here:

All logistical info on getting in AND getting out should go in the "Get in" section.

Hope that helps! ~ 06:43, 28 January 2008 (EST)

I've moved the schedule to the getting in section, BUT it seems to make more sense in the "Get Out" section. The template information reads, "Information about how to move on from the city, and descriptions of nearby destinations." Wouldn't moving on from the city include departing bus schedules?
It's an abysmal section heading, and an abysmal description. It's always created a great deal of confusion. My understanding is as above. Obviously it would make no sense to have a "Get in" section describing which bus/plane/train to arrive on, and then right below it a "Get out" section, describing which bus/plane/train to depart on. The current "Get in" section is actually the "Get in AND out" section. The currently named "Get out" section is actually the "List of articles (with extremely brief descriptions) for places you might want to consider going to from here" section. ~ 03:59, 30 January 2008 (EST)