User talk:CosmicLord

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Welcome! (We can't say that loudly enough!)[edit]

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We're so glad you're here! — Lost(talk) 06:24, 27 February 2007 (UTC)

Ah! Thanks Lost.
I did sign up few days back, and did minor edits to Puttur, Karnataka page. I wanted to do more, but got hesitant a bit. Did not want to 'cause trouble. Going around the WP:IN page, I found Nichalp, and requested for help on his Talk Page, but it seems like I got all the links I want already.
Thanks again. I will lurk around a bit more, and start contributing.
- CosmicLord 06:37, 27 February 2007 (UTC)


Hi and welcome! I am an admin (also called a sysop). There are no moderators here on wikipedia. :)

Since you want to improve Puttur, Karnataka, take a look at Wikipedia:WikiProject Indian cities. It has guidelines for structure and content. It also lists featured articles worth emulating. To generate a locator map, you would need to enter the coordinates. See Chiplun for example. Regards, =Nichalp «Talk»= 09:07, 27 February 2007 (UTC)

Thanks, Nichalp. I became a bit bold and updated information from the GaneshBot into Puttur. I have not yet structured it and added content to it. I will do that once I get some more time on my hands. :)
- CosmicLord 09:38, 27 February 2007 (UTC)
  • I think that you have done a good job in merging the articles. You should also remember another policy of Wikipedia, which is Assume good faith. This means that we trust people assuming that whatever they do is for the benefit of Wikipedia, unless there is evidence of contrary. People new to Wikipedia sometimes makes mistakes, but that doesn't mean we blame them for the wrongs. Keep up the good work. — Ambuj Saxena () 12:44, 27 February 2007 (UTC)
    • Thanks for the encouragement, Ambuj. That helps. :) - CosmicLord 08:51, 28 February 2007 (UTC)

Invite to WikiConference India 2011[edit]

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Hi CosmicLord,

The First WikiConference India is being organized in Mumbai and will take place on 18-20 November 2011.
You can see our Official website, the Facebook event and our Scholarship form.

But the activities start now with the 100 day long WikiOutreach.

As you are part of WikiProject India community we invite you to be there for conference and share your experience. Thank you for your contributions.

We look forward to see you at Mumbai on 18-20 November 2011