User talk:Pjl11

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Just a standard greeting to say "Welcome". When are you going out to AEF again? Have you tackled the fuse issue, or was that even an issue? --Steven M. 16:57, 14 April 2009 (UTC)

Welcome![edit source]


Hello Pjl11,

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Delighted to have you here, --Steven M.

Congratulations[edit source]

Congratulations on your increased knowledge on LEED certification!

--Lonny 00:25, 24 July 2009 (UTC)

Thanks[edit source]

Hi Phil,

thank you for the welcome. For now, I'll be a rather infrequent guest here. Also, I'm no expert on this Wiki markup language and the conventions on making pages, but perhaps in time I will learn better. Good to know y'all are here and doing important work!

Sepp--Sepp 09:56, 10 March 2010 (UTC)

Preparedness for emergencies[edit source]

Hey Phil, I noticed your Basic_Preparedness_for_Natural_Disasters. Although being prepared for natural disasters is offcourse a good thing, I think that the FEMA-method may not be the best one. I think that it's better to just design your entire house to operate autonomously, rather than just have some methods/preperation put in place to help you out in emergencies.

I nonetheless made an article describing the components of a mini survival kit (that can be carried along all the time). It has been deleted now, but the (information of the) old article I wrote can be found at and I also made a derivate version at (the latter is more thought-trough, and specific, best when combined with other ideas (see extra articles under "more information")

KVDP 11:52, 6 August 2010 (UTC)