Hi.I´m a Spanish user of Wikpedia and I want to say to you that you have the list of countrys obsolete. For update your list see our list. Thanks.
Perhaps I am mistaken, but isn't the Spanish flag next to the country name "Guatemala" (which has its own listing next to the correct flag in the correct alphabetical order as well), and the French flag next to the country name "Monaco" (which is also out of order alphabetically)?
104 or 108 participants?
What list is correct, the Spanish or the English one? Also, do you know why English-speaking countries don't want to participate at the Expo? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 17:38, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
- Re country lists, I'm not going to be able to answer, but having spent a fair while rummaging around I'm going to "show my workings" to spare others and not alter the 104 here. I compared the lists (a bit tedious and subject to me matching correctly) they differ in the Spanish list having Chille, Palau, Palestine and Tonga.
- The big difficulty comes with the citations on both sites which shed no real light: the sole English citation is dead; and of the 3 Spanish ones, 2 are dead and the third doesn't list countries and I can't see a count (but Spanish not my strong suit). Best hope for resolution is digging out paper records, and if I suceed will come back
- Re non-participation. One this point, I'm not sure what you're asking? Do you mean didn't want to participate at this expo? or in general? And what constitutes an "English-speaking country" main labguage-spoken? an official-language? one of a country's official languages? or do you just mean US and Australia? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Icarusgeek (talk • contribs) 14:40, 8 January 2011 (UTC)
Bob Dylan & additional American artists
Bob Dylan was born in Winnipeg, Canada. By saying "Other" American artists, it makes him sound american. He should be grouped with Diana Kraal. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Skogula (talk • contribs) 02:32, 25 February 2010 (UTC)