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Thanks a lot for all your work - you've made yourself a valuable contributor already in a short time! One request, though: Please, when you see listings for closed businesses, just delete them and type "closed" in your edit summary. Travel guides are practical, not histories of what year someplace that's no longer in business closed. Thanks a lot.
All the best,
Welcome and thank you for your all good efforts. I heard the TripAdvisor has go public yet and the status of Profit and Loss is LOSS. For commercial institutution, maybe they want only the good things, but maybe you can see also in Wikivoyage due to many people edit the Wikivoyage with many reasons. The example is immediatist vs maturist, someone maybe writes, when there are something new, but the others maybe write, after the news are mature or maybe rotten. I hope that you can contribute a lot, mainly the context, because in some tourist area 3 or 6 moths or at least one year will give the different tourist views.Gsarwa (talk) 04:48, 6 June 2017 (UTC)