User talk:Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton

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Hello, Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton! Welcome to Wikivoyage.

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Hi! Why do you create categories? We are only using them on very special occasions. Travel guides are sorted using geographical hierarchy, not categories. --Atsirlin (talk) 21:56, 12 November 2012 (UTC)Reply

So I deleted the categories because they don't comply with the rules. If you want to fix the red links to wts, please, replace "[[wts:" with "[[commons:" Have fun! --Atsirlin (talk) 22:21, 12 November 2012 (UTC)Reply
On a similar note, Wikivoyage has traditionally not used references or citations, so I've nominated Template:Ref and Template:Note for deletion pending a change in policy - see Wikivoyage:Welcome, Wikipedians ("Wikivoyage articles do not use references"). That said, thanks for the image fixes and information you've contributed! -- Ryan • (talk) • 04:45, 13 November 2012 (UTC)Reply
Regarding the templates you created, while they were deleted they also were partially responsible for a relaxing of the project's guidelines on using new templates - see Template:Experimental and its talk page for a discussion. -- Ryan • (talk) • 23:42, 20 December 2012 (UTC)Reply

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Thanks for your recent contributions! There have been a number of comments regarding your comment in the Pub, and it would be great if you could join that discussion to explain your ideas for changing the normal listing format used on the site. -- Ryan • (talk) • 23:40, 20 December 2012 (UTC)Reply


D-Day beaches

Seventy years ago this month, the placid seaside beaches of Normandy were the scene of the largest seaborne military operation in world history—as attested to by their plethora of museums, monuments and commemorative events.