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Wikitravel:Celebrate a contribution

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This is the place where you can share the news of your completed piece of work — and invite the community to celebrate your little milestone in contributing to Wikitravel.

We normally celebrate something that required at least a couple of hours of work, and has very significant effect on one article, significant effect on a tree of articles, or affects the entire site.

So if you recently completed a significant effort at Wikitravel, go ahead and tell the rest of us here. Let's have a little party to share the satisfaction of a job well done!

This is a party among friends and colleagues, let you hair down. Notifications can reflect your personal style and character, and the type of contibution you have just completed.

You may also celebrate the work of another wikitraveller here, if it is worthy of public comment or thanks, but perhaps not significant enough for a barnstar yet.

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Contributions to celebrate

This page!

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This yard of ale to Denis for fostering community spirit by proposing and creating this page. Cheers! • • • Peter (Southwood) Talk 09:26, 30 October 2010 (EDT)
Thanks, Peter. Honestly, I've initiated the page for a selfish reason of finding more motivation for myself to get published my travel notes I bring with me from every vacation, several times a year.
This is also my personal milestone, a first serious community page I've created at Wikitravel (Wikitravel:How to describe yourself doesn't count). Managing the whole consensus thing is still something to master for me--at least this page proves for me that there's some progress with that skills.
And the whole undertaking was impossible to implement without your elaboration, complimentary ideas and wording--plus all the input and support from all those who took part in the discussion. Cheers! --DenisYurkin 16:55, 30 October 2010 (EDT)