User talk:Lordarchitect



Delighted to see that you have come here. It may be superfluous to tell you but: until we know what Henry was playing at, make sure you take a copy of your work to your own machine after any edit session. -- RHaworth (Talk | contribs) 11:21, 17 February 2008 (EST)

  • Hi RH! As a matter of fact I am delighted to hear from you too. Hey help me out since you are the expert. After a few more edits I would like to move the article to a more appropriate place, any suggestions? Would I just cut/copy and paste it? Thanks for your help! Also what is this note below about copywrite, etc. I have been writing this as you know since December, I think. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Lordarchitect

It was pure good luck that I saw this so soon. For contact methods see User:RHaworth. This seems a totally appropriate place — until you get your own website. What other place did you have in mind? First decide where it is to go, then I will tell you how to copy. What notice about copyright? Don't worry, I assume you have the permission of David J. Lorenzana. Who else is likely to say it is a copyright violation? -- RHaworth (Talk | contribs) 03:33, 10 April 2008 (EDT)

Look, it is right at the top of this Google search. What more could you want? I think this place is appropriate enough to have my own wiki here. -- RHaworth (Talk | contribs) 15:51, 10 April 2008 (EDT)

2008 May 3

The "What's going on?" section of these edits was pointless: a) it was on your own user talk page - no-one will see it and b) you did not specify which article you were talking about - you must provide an explicit link to the article in quesion.

Regarding your bagoong article here and this strange edit:

  • complaining at talk:Bagoong was not particularly useful, obviously you should direct your complaint to User talk:Jtaylor1.
  • please remember, I do not have admin rights here, if it gets deleted, I cannot e-mail you a copy. Make sure you keep your own copy of the text.
  • I think we can ignore Jtaylor1. Anyone who makes the pointless statement "EditThis will be rewritten" and gives "copy/paste" as grounds for deletion is probably not worth bothering with.

If you have any further problems here, I will back you up strongly for retention of the article. -- RHaworth (Talk | contribs) 21:54, 2 May 2008 (EDT)


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