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Thanks and spelling
Thank you for your recent edits. Please note that it is usually bad form to edit the spelling of another person's interpersonal communication. Therefore, please avoid editing user and talk pages.
Thanks! --Lonny 15:13, 21 March 2011 (PDT)
My mistake, I will be more careful in the future. --Munimortal 15:15, 21 March 2011 (PDT)
Thanks from me too - just noticed all the good fixes you've been making. --Chriswaterguy 22:28, 21 March 2011 (PDT)
Thank you Munimortal.
Thank you for activating my talk page. Belive it or not, last night I was thinking of activating it and inviting visitors to join a discussion. You are really a MUNI. Thats why you realised what I contemplated. I was also thinking of seeking the opinion of Chris on adding a section in the main page to alert visitors, who are not conversant with Appropedia, to use the Talk Page. Chandragiriyan
Tech intern team...
I've put together a page at Appropedia:Tech Interns, mid-2011 - looks like we've got some supportive people, and at least one other tech intern (User:Tahnok). Now that you're focusing more on tech work, you might like to be a part of that.
Perhaps you'd be interested in sharing what you're up to with the banner, on the talk page there - especially if you're stuck or want feedback.
Keep up the good work! --Chriswaterguy 09:58, 26 April 2011 (PDT)
I'm the other tech intern for the summer it seems. Hope we can collaborate on some of the bigger wiki tasks.
Chriswaterguy mentioned we should get in touch over the dev wiki. I want to try and get [] working to prevent spambots from registering new accounts. Might this interfere with anything you're up to? Tahnok 08:33, 3 May 2011 (PDT)
No that will not interfere with what I am working on. I am making some cosmetic changes, and adding a bit of code, but it will be its own module and there fore you should not be able to interfere with my work. Just let me know if you change the HTML around for the site.
Thanks Munimortal 11:33, 3 May 2011 (PDT)
Thank you very much for pointing out the difference of opinion on appropriateness of Bible quotes here. I have no intentions to use the Appropedia space for religious propaganda.
I didn't know about the objections raised through the talk page because there were no email alerts from there for quite some time now. Having known, I am modifying the section.
It is true that I wanted to express my gratitude in public for having made me think differently & leave the beaten track. That is why that section title was chosen. The sentences of the body of that section were to be seen as quotations from a book that has the maximum number of copies printed ever in human history. More over it was felt that those are the sentences that could be framed in the most precise form to express the ideas in my mind. I could not make sentences crispier than these to convey those ideas. The links are given to ascertain the genuineness of the source and text.
It is felt that as much as I am happy, you also might be happy about the popularity of the page. Now a Google search of the words LONG WHEAT brings title of this page as the FIRST of the 85,400,000 results. It literally surprised me. I had never even dreamt about things going to this proportion.
Noticing this popularity I was thinking of seeking your valuable opinion on launching a pilot project to cure persons who are in very advanced stages of the disease - viz. Diabetes. I have no idea about what all are to be done and how to go about.
The findings of Dr. Roy Taylor of the Newcastle University, UK have added trustworthiness to the contents of the page.
Thank you Chris, Lonny, Munimortal, Teratornis & Yeahvle.
Shooter 23:44, 20 August 2011 (PDT)