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User talk:Joakim Ziegler

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Joakim: Welcome to Wikitravel! If you need Help with any of the tools or pages here, let me know. Thanks for helping out! -- Evan 12:26, 5 Aug 2003 (PDT)

JZ: I got a mailing list set up. Check out Wikitravel:Mailing lists for details. Comments welcome. -- Evan 08:36, 13 Aug 2003 (PDT)

Welcome to the club, JZ. You'll need to clear your session cookie by logging out and logging back in again, and then you'll get some new interface stuff on the site. If you see something you don't understand, please err on the side of caution and don't mess with it. I still haven't figured out what everything does. Let me know if something looks weird or wrong; it should probably be documented somewhere. -- Evan 05:59, 14 Aug 2003 (PDT)

Hooray! JZ is back! -- Evan 22:49, 7 Oct 2003 (PDT)

Hooray! JZ is back (again)! Anyways, I wanted to ask if you could take a stab at breaking up Mexico into manageable regions. I've tried, but my knowledge of Mexico is pretty spotty. I don't think listing all 32 states is a good idea... I actually think we can do with about 8 or so regions (each containing states, of course). See my cruddy handiwork so far on Mexico, of course. -- Evan 16:53, 10 Nov 2003 (PST)

So, I did a real hatchet job on Mexico City. I started breaking up the city into districts, and moving individual listings for bars and restaurants and sights and stuff to the district pages. I have pretty much zero knowledge of MC, so most of the decisions on where to move stuff came from data in the actual article. It kind of threw off the pace of the article, but I think it'll help the Mexico City coverage grow a little better. I'd really appreciate it if you could take a peek. -- Evan 09:52, 27 Nov 2003 (PST)