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- The pictures I upload here may be used in any way as long as I'm given credit (or just "Wikipedia") and the license is inherited, but if users want higher resolutions, those are different pictures, so they don't fall under this license. Thanks for warning me ^^ SuperMidget 07:32, 7 August 2008 (EDT)
Pictures of Taiwanese food
Thanks for your great work on documenting Taiwanese food, but it should go on the Taiwan page (where you'll already find quite a few dishes and pics), not Taipei. Jpatokal 14:02, 28 August 2008 (EDT)
- I see.. I just added the pictures to the already created list. The list itself would be a duplicate of the one on Taiwan already, I didn't realize that. Feel free to move stuff to the other page, if I have time some day I might do it myself, but I'm kinda busy now. Probably have to leave a line like "please see Taiwan for Taiwanese food in general", we can list a few night market specific foods on the Taipei page perhaps?. SuperMidget 18:50, 28 August 2008 (EDT)