User talk:Safa Saidane

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Hi Safa Saidane,

Welcome to the Appropedia wiki. Please make yourself at home! If you need a general wiki-tutorial, see the main help page (or the more in-depth one on WikiEducator).

Check your preferences and be sure you verify your email address and turn on email notification if you'd like it -- you can find out when your talk page, or any page on your watchlist, is modified. You may want to upload a photo or information about yourself to your userpage (which is at User:Safa Saidane).

If you have a particular interest or project in mind, go ahead and start it! If you have questions or suggestions, the best place to leave them is at our community discussion page, which we call the Village pump - you should get a fast response. Or, feel free to leave me a note on my talk page if you have further questions, need help finding your way around, have a cool idea for a project, or just want to chat.

Glad to have you here!

-Yuke


Tunisia![edit]

Hi Safa,

Tunisia Polytechnic School - how interesting! I don't know if we've had anyone from Tunisia before. You are very welcome, and I hope you find it good to be part of our community.

Are you aware of Prof Joshua Pearce? He and his students work in similar areas to your interests, especially PV systems.

Minor note: I moved your picture to File:Safa Saidane.jpg (just in case someone uploads a picture with the general name that you used).

Please let me know if there is any way we can help you or your school. --Chriswaterguy 23:57, 11 November 2012 (PST)

Hi Chris ,

Thank you very much. I am also happy to join your community.

Yes, I know Dr.Joshua Pearce. Actually I had the opportunity to join you thanks to him.

I think I am the first member from Tunisia Polytechnic School but surely many others will be interested.

For my school, I am preparing a page where you can discover all our activities. I will make it available within next days. Any propositions will be surely appreciated and welcomed.--Safa Saidane

Thank you,