User talk:Forlinianslip

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Dear Mr Leonard,

thank you so much for offering us your specialist knowledge of the Schøyen Collection and some manuscripts there.

Having noted (and bookmarked) your blog, I am excited about the possibility of consulting you regarding difficult points related to manuscripts and textual criticism.

I'm sure you understand that Wikipedia can accept all manner of corrections and additions by experts, so long as these have already been published somewhere. In which case it needs a citation, after which the living people who maintain Wiki will defend such text (and sometimes check the reference).

Leszek Jańczuk, is a scholar who has done an outstanding job of giving Wiki articles on very many manuscripts. He and I are thinking through what sort of similar projects to work on next, perhaps you could advise or even help us.

Please feel free to introduce yourself further at my page or Leszek's.

Regards, Alastair Haines (talk) 00:03, 8 December 2008 (UTC)