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- Hi Ryan, thanks for the welcome! One quick question for you: you had mentioned in the talk page of the article to leave edit summaries or notes in the talk page; do you have any feedback for me on my documentation? I tried to make commit notes as I went along, but as a Wikipedia user, it's trickier to get a feel for exactly how much documentation one really needs. Thanks! Bravemidwesterner (talk) 01:11, 17 January 2015 (UTC)
- So far your edits have been all good - I brought that point up only to stress that since the site is developed collaboratively, if you're making any significant changes it's helpful to use the edit summary or talk page to explain your intent so that others understand the reasoning behind your edits. Keep editing - Puerto Rico isn't an area that has seen a lot of development on this site, so it's great that you're able to contribute! -- Ryan • (talk) • 01:39, 17 January 2015 (UTC)
- Okay, great. That was what I was suspecting, but it's usually easier to just ask than to just assume (you know what that makes...). And I do plan on continuing to contribute; I was actually so impressed by PR and thought a lot of the information I found online didn't do it justice... (on a side note, I see that you also spent a lot of time in Cleveland; I happened to go to school at Case Western and thought it was a lovely city!) Have a nice evening! Bravemidwesterner (talk) 01:48, 17 January 2015 (UTC)