Thanks mate !
Please discuss article edits on article talk page.
Hi, Klimenok, to edit articles here on English Wikipedia, we usually don't insert HTML comments in article text, but put sourced statements with inline citations into article text. If you disagree with a statement currently in article text but don't have a source to cite, feel free to discuss it on the article talk page. Please note that Race (classification of humans) is an article that is currently under active arbitration sanctions, so it is a good idea to discuss before making unsourced changes. I look forward to discussing edits with you; всего хорошего. -- WeijiBaikeBianji (talk, how I edit) 01:49, 13 November 2010 (UTC)
RE LOUISIANA FRENCH & CAJUN FRENCH
I have reactivated the improvements, based entirely on solidly sourced information, on Louisiana French. Additionally, I have left the Cajun French page activated, in the hopes to merge the two into one page. This page is and should be based entirely on language and less on ethnicity, which is the decidedly prominent feature of the Cajun French page. My hope is that we can come to an agreement without involving the Editorial Board. I feel confident that we can work together on producing a page that properly reflects the French language as spoken in Louisiana by all Louisiana Francophones, as titled in the "Dictionary of Louisiana French. As spoken in Cajun, Creole and American Indian Communities." — Preceding unsigned comment added by Criollokid80 (talk • contribs) 07:09, 22 August 2011 (UTC)
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