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Portsmouth meetup #2[edit]

Hello

Thank you for attending the first Portsmouth meetup last Sunday, it was nice to meet you again and have some good discussions, just a shame that I had to leave before the end.

After that success, I'm now turning my attention to organising the second meetup. An end of August date seemed to get support, and so I've provisionally scheduled it for Sunday the 31st, avoiding the bank holiday weekend the week before. It was suggested that people might like a visit to a museum in the morning before the pub in the afternoon. I suggest that the Portsmouth 2 talk page on Meta is the best place to organise it, so when you have time please feel free to head on over there and share your thoughts. Please also invite anyone in the area you know or think would like to get involved with organising or attending the museum visit and/or pub. Chris McKenna (WMUK) (talk) 12:53, 4 July 2014 (UTC)

Hi Chris. I was wondering where you had gone for a little while; the others initially forgot to tell me you had to leave early. Regardless, I really enjoyed it and I look forward to doing it again some time in the future.
I will visit the Meta talk page in good time. CT Cooper · talk 15:19, 4 July 2014 (UTC)

Md.[edit]

Hi. At [1], you changed Md. Sabur Khan to Sabur Khan, citing WP:TITLES (though I think you may have meant WP:CREDENTIAL?). In the Muslim world, "Md." as a prefix is commonly seen as an abbreviation for Mohammed, not medical doctor. In this particular case, the target article does happen to be at Sabur Khan (something I've brought up on the talk page) which is why I imagine it looked correct when it got rid of the redlink, but it probably needs to be changed back to a pipelink. Let's see where the discussion goes (if anywhere). —[AlanM1(talk)]— 09:19, 11 July 2014 (UTC)