I prefer to keep conversations together. Therefore, I usually will reply under your message. I may also move your message with my reply to a more appropriate place. (Usually that would be your talk page, if the discussion started there.) If I left a message on your talk page, I will watch it until you're back, or up to a week. So, in most cases, there's no need to notify me of your reply.
This user was awarded January 20, 2009 their own day.
The Original Barnstar
For bravery, boldness, civility, competence and superior mediation skills used while editing Pacific Northwest, Cascadia and related topics. Katr67 02:40, 13 November 2006 (UTC)
The Resilient Barnstar
The message you left on my talk page shows your magnaminous character; and the fact that you can leave such a message after a forceful discussion shows your true nature, and you have certainly gained my respect. Regards Khukri(talk . contribs) 18:37, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
Dear SebastianHelm: Your edits have shown traces of a sense of humor, which is disruptive of the serious, somber, and relentlessly grim mood that so many other good people in all walks of life have exhibited just before burning out entirely. Be advised that if you continue on this present course, you face the risk of enjoying yourself while at work on this project, and you may even have a similar effect on other editors. Please consider very carefully whether you want to be responsible for such consequences. Thank you.
I hereby award you, Sebastian, the Constant Barnstar because you're a kind of anchor around here. Encore, Julia Rossi (talk) 12:01, 28 November 2008 (UTC)
The Barnstar of Peace
The Barnstar of Peace is awarded to users who have helped to resolve, peacefully, conflicts on Wikipedia.
This barnstar is awarded to SebastianHelm. When someone changes their mind on an issue on wikipedia, it is incredible, because it is so rare. You seem like someone who can comprimise and change your mind when new facts present themselves, for the good of the project. Wikipedia desperately needs more editors like you. Ikip (talk) 20:52, 7 September 2009 (UTC)
Thank you so, so much for your wonderful guidance, great ideas, and help in putting things together at the donated images initiative. You are wonderful! Anna Frodesiak (talk) 08:57, 29 October 2015 (UTC)