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Again, welcome! -- billinghurst (talk) 06:18, 2 July 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Thanks for your work regarding the QST magazines. This is an fascinating subject for me as a radio amateur. It is also nice as a new Wikisource user to find an interesting area to work on. I have been proof reading the documents and fixing typos etc. as necessary. I've also spent some time on Commons, where I have much more experience, organising the related media files by the magazine issue which they form part of. I look forward to learning more about the history of amateur radio, as well as Wikisource, as I continue these tasks. Regards. Adambro (talk) 22:57, 14 July 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]