There seems to be a misunderstanding
I was recently just browsing and then recieved two messages from you claiming I commited vandalism and this is my last chance. Just wondering how this happened as I have never edited a wiki page.
Thanks very much for all your work on the site, it really has been exceptionally useful to me,
Proofreading of Col di Lana
I finished the proofreading. I corrected a few minor syntactic and clarity issues within the article. Take a look at them and let me know what you think.--CarlosPatiño (talk) 00:22, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
Thanks Carlos, I am happy with all your phrasing changes, I think they improve the readability of the article. However I have taken the liberty of restoring the date format to "16/17 April 1916", in line with Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style#Dates.
(My mistake on the numbers of companies involved was a bit silly... I suspect if the original article had been phrased a little less ambiguously, e.g. "Die italienische 12. Infanterie- und 14. Alpini-Kompanien unternahmen..." I might not have got so confused :-)
Thanks again for proofreading, Josh 11:06, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
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