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(ciao)
 
visto che sei un italofilo incurabile mi presento quale utente di lingua madre italiana di la.wiki. Ciao, grazie per il nuovo contributo e, naturalmente, sei hai qualche richiesta fatti vivo--[[Usor:Massimo Macconi|Massimo Macconi]] 21:12, 20 Augusti 2007 (UTC).
 
==Some new saints==
Is it OK to use English, Lionharde? Tell me if you prefer Latin!
 
When you add a new article, one thing you need to do is to check other Wikipedias in case they contain an article on the topic. If so, you need to paste in the interwiki links -- copied across from that other-language Wikipedia article -- and also, very important, edit that other article to add an interwiki link listing your new Latin one. It's necessary to do this so that the search engines will find our new Latin article.
 
If you look at your article on [[Sancta Clotildis]] you'll see that I have added the interwiki links, and if you follow the link to the English article you'll see that there is already a link back to the Latin -- because I went in and added it there. This is what you need to do. Whenever you don't have time to do it right away, add a formula {{fn|In progressu}} to your new article so that others will leave you to finish it off.
 
I'll just mention a point of doubt I have about Gregory of Tours. Before changing the name of an article, consider whether the new name will be right for the greatest number of users. In this case, I wonder. I know him as a great historian and a remarkable bishop-politician. Yes, at some later time (I don't know when, I expect you do) the Catholic church made him a saint. But is that the most important thing about him? I'm not sure. It's worth reflecting carefully.
 
Happy editing! <font face="Gill Sans">[[Usor:Andrew Dalby|Andrew]]<font color="green">[[Disputatio Usoris:Andrew Dalby| Dalby]]</font></font> 14:57, 21 Augusti 2007 (UTC)