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Thanks for fixing my dups, LiquidThreads seems to be very buggy for me in any of the three browsers I use. Couldn't even edit the page in FF. Sjc 19:30, 18 November 2009 (UTC)Reply

No problem! Sorry about the trouble you're having with LiquidThreads. Appreciate you sticking around regardless. It will improve. --Eekim 22:22, 18 November 2009 (UTC)Reply

Re: Prize for best featured content

Hi. I've commented at the talk page for the above project, and the thing is, I would like to know if these are things that are "guaranteed" to go ahead, or stuff in the pipeline? I say this, because I object to this particular project in the strongest possible terms, mainly because of the fact it only recognises a select few who make Featured / Good Articles or who bring them to the standard that they need, while essentially missing the other couple of million people who actually make Wikis tick, like the regular editors. Your input on the discussion would be appreciated, as Philippe is now off on Wikibreak, then to Poland. Cheers. BarkingFish 00:16, 30 June 2010 (UTC)Reply

These are just proposals. In some cases, proposals can't happen unless the right people/projects approve them. In these cases, whoever signs up for the proposal will have to go through the usual decision-making processes. In other cases, the proposals will simply require motivated people. In these cases, we want to encourage people to self-organize around them and do them. --Eekim 00:54, 30 June 2010 (UTC)Reply