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I was wondering what the group would think about my adding a link to an on-line tour of temple square to this article. The link is located at http://www.allaboutmormons.com/templesquare.php. I should disclose that I am the creator of the site, which is why I wanted to make sure it was alright with the group before posting the link myself. I hope I've proceeded appropriately, as I'm new to Wikipedia and don't understand all of its policies.
Because I was only the second person to post to this discussion, and because no one has responded, I’m going to assume this page has no associated active discussion and that I may never get a response. I’ve gotten positive responses to my request to post a link to my on-line tour of temple square at Temple Square, so I’m going to assume it’s alright to proceed here as well. Please let me know if I’m mistaken. SLCMormon 18:19, 15 July 2006 (UTC)
You're fine. If I remember right, I'm the one who wrote this article in the first place. I work in that building. :) I think, in general, if it's a relevant link that readers of the article will likely be interested in, go ahead and put it on the article. You don't need to ask permission, unless maybe if it's a high-profile article, or if there is a war going on about it., sort of thing. Wadsworth 20:24, 16 July 2006 (UTC)