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Pat munday, George f. grant[edit]

When first creating a page, please capitalize the first and last names when you first create the article, as titles are not editable later. (The system will always capitalize the first letter of the article title.) If you create the article with the wrong capitalization, it is necessary to move it to a new title later.

Hope this helps. Fan-1967 23:54, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

I've moved these two. Fan-1967 23:54, 18 December 2006 (UTC)

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Word of advice[edit]

Hey, Pat, thanks for your contributions so far. Just a word of advice, adding citations to your own work throughout Wikipedia will be frowned upon. I realise that, given your recent edits to a number of articles, you're making your work more prominent by adding references to some articles, Amazon links etc, but it really needs to enhance the article in an encyclopaedic way or it will be removed. Let me know if you wish to discuss this further on my talk page. Cheers! Budgiekiller 23:18, 19 December 2006 (UTC)

Montana WikiProject[edit]

Hi Pat -

you might be interested in signing on to the proposed WikiProject Montana - [1]. Cheers - Dick Gibson (CFWEP et al.), also known as Geologyguy 19:49, 25 January 2007 (UTC)

Environmental Record Task Force[edit]

Leaf 1 web.jpg You are being recruited by the Environmental Record Task Force, a collaborative project committed to accurately and consistently representing the environmental impact of policymakers, corporations, and institutions throughout the encyclopedia. Join us!

Hi Pat,
I'm hoping you'll consider joining a task force several editors have recently started. Great photos on your blog, btw!
Cyrusc 21:27, 19 June 2007 (UTC)

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