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Just creating the user page doesn't log you in, you'll need to login for that. Great to have you here, hopefully we can try to be a place for calm and genuine information sharing!----Jimbo Wales 17:27, 27 April 2009 (UTC)
I see some of the techies are trying to find a way around your login problems. It struck me that it might be possible to use a transparent proxy of some kind. If you could get access to a computer on the web with a better connection, you could probably put one on it relatively easily. I'll do some more research if you want. Richard Rothwell talk 17:28, 1 May 2009 (UTC)
Links to subpages Edit
Dear Kathleen, you must have missed my notes about subpage links. "[[/English]]" and "[[/German - Deutsch]]" are complete links to subpages of the page they are on. The only justification for putting a whole lot of repetitious stuff in front with a pipe is to change the display (e.g. to remove the slash), which you haven't done. Your time is too valuable to waste.
Now I guess you've added some native languages so I will create a few more subpages. I hope we don't have edit conflicts; I'll try to go in and out quickly.
I'm back Edit
Creating more subpages, and with the loss of headings I can't edit just single sections, so I have to have the whole page open for editing. So leave the main page alone for the next hour or so, please. — Robin Patterson (Talk) 02:21, 5 May 2009 (UTC)
- Sure thing; I won't touch it for at least eight hours. It's midnight here! KathleenSeidel aka--188.8.131.52 03:58, 5 May 2009 (UTC)
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