Hello Redondo! Thanks for your work on Yosemite National Park. There was already some information about the High Sierra camps under the lodging section, so I've tried to consolidate your info with what was already there. Feel free to modify my changes or to discuss further on the talk page. Here's the boilerplate welcome with some additional information that may be useful:
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Thanks again for your contributions! -- Ryan 18:54, 28 Sep 2005 (EDT)
So, we actually have a process for adding items to the Main Page. It's on Wikitravel:Main Page guidelines. I rolled back your changes. Asheville is currently marked as an outline and should probably be usable or a guide before it's on the main page; see Wikitravel:article status. Also, San Francisco was on the main page a while ago; we try to rotate new ones in. --Evan 19:36, 24 April 2006 (EDT)
Hey, so replied to your note, in situ on my talk page. -- Mark 01:06, 31 July 2007 (EDT)
The Ryan at IB
Why upgrade license?
You asked why this was becoming an issue. See Wikitravel_talk:Copyleft#GFDL_and_Creative_Commons. Pashley 09:12, 14 January 2008 (EST)
Collaboration with Wikitravel
We are creating an new home exchange website and would be most interested in using the wikitravel database for the benefit of our members. If it is possible to collaborate it could be a real benefit to wikitravel users as well. I have outlined how it would benefit Wikitravel and Internet Brands on my user page here: shared:User:Calverley Could you take a look at it and pass it on to the appropriate people. I would like to know what is possible.
Thanks for you help , Grant Calverley