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Thanks for your great work on Asuncion! The guide definitely needs some work. One thing that you may not realize is that Wikitravel guides are edited by many -- sometimes dozens -- of readers just like you. There is no one "person who wrote this guide". If you have some time, it'd be great to get your up-to-date information on the city. You may want to look at some of our better guides, like Singapore, and our Manual of style, to get an idea of the kind of guide we like to make.

Since so many people edit the guides, we try to avoid first person pronouns, so I've edited out your mentions of yourself. We also use talk pages to discuss the editorial process; you can see some discussion on Talk:Asuncion.

Asuncion also needs a docent, if you'd like to answer questions about the city. You'll need to create a user account, though. --Evan 12:03, 15 December 2006 (EST)

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