Thanks, but ...
Thanks for your edits to Dune Messiah and other articles, un-capitalizing links to common nouns. I'm not sure if you're using AWB or doing it manually, but you should be changing the link itself ([[hardcover]] & [[paperback]]) rather than piping it ([[Hardcover|hardcover]] & [[Paperback|paperback]]), as this is redundant and a bot or another editor will have to fix it later. Thanks again! — TAnthonyTalk 16:00, 23 January 2015 (UTC)
Hello and good afternoon (at least it is afternoon where I am). I was looking at the Wikipedian firefighters category and noticed that you are one of the members of the Wikipedia community that lists yourself as being a firefighter. First and foremost let me say thank you for your service. While I myself am not a firefighter, I do work as a photographer with multiple local fire departments. I am honored to have firefighters as some of my closest friends.
I have been taking an active role in the Fire Service WikiProject and am trying to recruit more members to this cause. If this is something you have any interest in, please let me know? You can leave me a message on my talk page. Obviously there is zero obligation. An interest can be anything from helping out with a couple of pages in your local area to helping to overhaul major templates, and anything in between.
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Before you go on decapitalizing more dog breeds, please note that there was a discussion on this subject. Could you please discuss this topic at the Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Dogs about it. We had an agreement before not to do this, here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Labrador_Retriever/Archive_3#Requested_move. There were many heated discussions on this topic, I think it would be good to have a consensus before we start decapitalizing the dog breeed articles. Cheers. Hafspajen (talk) 15:41, 28 July 2015 (UTC)
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