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Again, welcome! John Vandenberg 05:57, 14 November 2007 (UTC)

It's good to see you here. I have a few latin works to put onto la.WS, so now I know who to bug for assistance! :-) If you need any other tips, dump your query on my talk and ill usually respond at length within a day; alternatively, come onto #wikisource and someone will be able to help you.
p.s. The discussion at Wikisource:Proposed_deletions#Crito in Simple English may be of interest to you. John Vandenberg 06:43, 14 November 2007 (UTC)

review requestEdit

Hi, I have merged User:Gatewaycat/sandbox into Catullus 64/Lines 50-253 and left a note on w:User talk:Gatewaycat as they appear to be a little bit more active there. Could you take a look at it to see if it is OK? It looks like it is nearly complete. John Vandenberg 13:29, 17 November 2007 (UTC)