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|Hard return (line breaks)||0||07:02, 19 January 2008|
|Hello||1||10:39, 15 December 2007|
|Touching base --||0||13:07, 14 December 2007|
|LQT discussion system||2||18:28, 13 December 2007|
|Hi Simon - can you be more specific||1||11:01, 13 December 2007|
Just filled out yur monkey. Could yo point me at your Newuser log. Just trying to get orientated.
Just considering one thing. When I click on the Wikineighbours page. Would you like to consider putting a link from the Mailing list link (on the left hand index) to a new Google group called something like http://groups.google.com/group/WikiNeighbours
You'll appreciate that on the English Wikipedia they have a welcoming committee. But not everyone likes using a wiki to communicate, So it might be nice for WE and WP (and a few other English speaking) welcoming committees to share a group. (and point to it from each site).--Simonfj 22:39, 14 December 2007 (CET)
when posting a new discussion in WikiEducator, please use the "Start a new discussion" link - that's how you post new threads. You were editing the header on Wayne's discussion page.
This is a copy i left on yr talk page, Getting the hang of LQ now
"Now i'm confused. Just hit the "leave me a message" on Wayne's user page link and started talking.
Isn't this how things are done around here? I.e You edit (add) the header on a user's discussion page".
Seems like you'd better alter Wayne's user page or you'll have to do the same again.--Simonfj 23:07, 12 December 2007 (CET)
The link on Wayne's user page was outdated, and created manually before the new discussion system was installed. Simply put, to post a comment, always use the "Start a new discussion" link on the discussion page itself.
You do not have to sign your comments in this discussion system.
How can I try to help you?
--Randy Fisher 21:02, 12 December 2007 (CET)