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what occurs here, Why you delete without permission and discussion... One time to build on a blog, you spend can send me a message or to give me your comments... I find that misses really professionalism. All this tries to make fill out your pages with very relevant contents for your site... without adding images and moreover links all are functional..... If you do not want to have of contents on Quebec, don't add on your list...

Make me signs when you finish your destruction.....

I at least left you a message at User talk:, there wasn't much else to do until you created an account -- Hypatia 18:06, 2 Nov 2004 (EST)


So, I hope I haven't gotten to you too late. In case I haven't I would like to extend a warm welcome, and to let you know that your contributions are appreciated. Apparently there was some confusion amongst some wikitravelers as to the origen and copyright of some of the materials on the Quebec Region page, as well as what would be the best name for the article. I think they've settled on Greater Quebec Region, so I imagine that a lot of the stuff you've added will wind up there, but in order for that to happen smoothly we'll really have to know that the material is your own composition, since it appeared to have come from a different site.

Anyhow we are still very glad that you are here, and we hope that you understand that we have to be very careful about respecting people's copyright. Of course if it's your own writing we just need you to let us know.

Also please do check out the Wikitravel:Manual of style

Hope to see you here more,

-- Mark 16:05, 2 Nov 2004 (EST)

Hi and Welcome! I'm sorry there's been some confusion, but the Sépaq content is copyrighted and cannot just be cut and pasted onto our site. If you would like to contribute that information, but using your own words, that would be great! Majnoona 17:56, 2 Nov 2004 (EST)
Just a clarification about "own composition" -- this is sort of murky. You need to own the copyight, basically. (Just pointing this out because typically you won't own the copyright of, say, stuff you write for an employer.) -- Hypatia 18:06, 2 Nov 2004 (EST)