Difference between revisions of "User talk:DanielC"
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Thank you for your contributions to Bilbao, Santander, Cambridge, Sarajevo, Granada, Cordoba, Algeciras, Gibraltar and Isle of Skye. Great effort! A couple of minor points though; You can hide the (disambiguator) by adding a pipe character (|)to the end of the name e.g. [[Place (disambiguator)|]] displays as Place. And if an article about a place does not exist yet there is no need to include the (disambiguator), just put square brackets around the place name. Also Wikitravel generally writes articles about complete destinations rather than just individual attractions. You may find our Article naming conventions and What is an article pages helpful. -- Huttite 00:52, 15 Jan 2005 (EST)
Wow, thank you for making my text look so much nicer in Recoleta and Boca.
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Hi Daniel! I noticed you've uploaded a ton of great photos and I just wanted to make sure you'd read the fine print about the copyleft used for all material on Wikitravel. I'm no expert, but you can post any questions you might have at the travellers' pub. Keep up the great work! Majnoona 13:45, 24 Apr 2005 (EDT)
Thanks for the warm welcome to Wikitravel. I have to admit I stumbled across this site, and just sort of 'plunged in' as the stub invites you to do. It was only once this had been done that I sorted out a user account. :-)
I will try to add some more info about the towns and villages around Eastleigh as and when I can get some time to do so.
Catch you later, David
Hello just saying hi nice to be a part of the project! Traveler2006 09:55, 29 March 2006 (EST) leave one...