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Hello Terrybader! Thanks for your contributions thus far on the Disney World article. For a discussion of why the headings have been changed back to "Sleep" and "Buy", see Wikitravel:Article templates. Here is the boilerplate welcome, which contains some other useful links:

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Also, thanks for adding the Walt Disney World redirect, it seems like a good idea to me! -- Ryan 17:23, 9 Aug 2005 (EDT)

Wikipedia links[edit]

See Wikitravel:Links to Wikipedia for a discussion of Wikipedia links. The link appears in the left-side navigation bar under the "Other languages" heading. -- Ryan 14:07, 10 Aug 2005 (EDT)

Virginia Beach[edit]

I noticed that you've done a lot of work on the Virginia Beach article, however since much of the content came from Wikipedia and it has been removed from Wikitravel due to license issues. Take a look at Wikitravel:Cooperating with Wikipedia and Wikitravel:Why Wikitravel isn't GFDL for discussions of some of the issues. The short story is that legally if there is any doubt about the copyright of content then it cannot be used here. Note however that if you are the original author of all of this material then you hold the copyright, and in that case there is no problem with its use, just please make a note on the appropriate talk page indicating that you are the original author so that future editors will know that the content is not a violation. -- Ryan 14:23, 10 Aug 2005 (EDT)