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Hey, thanks very much for your writing on potholes. I never knew that there was a misunderstanding with a reporter! —PhilipNeustrom

Thanks for fixing up Davis Historical Society, I thought the text about the website was kind of weird, not saying very much about the society itself. Since there is already more material on Davis History / Davis Historical Society should Davis Historical Society go away or what? There really shouldn't be two pages for the Davis Historical Society. —NickSchmalenberger

Hi Philip Neustrom, yes, I am also inclined to think the new page on the DHS alone is not needed. I have not checked it, but it would be good for the Davis History / Davis Historical Society page to come up when one searches on davis historical society.

Thanks for your work. JohnLofland

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2007-06-22 11:32:00   This is probably what you're looking for. —WilliamLewis


2007-06-22 13:17:32   Sorting these things is trivial. Pick up a book on UNIX shell scripting... it's incredibly useful and not difficult at all to learn. Users/JohnLofland/Users. Users/JohnLofland/Users2WilliamLewis


2007-06-22 23:57:25   You also might want to see People. It is alphabetical, but users must add themselves to it, which means that the spammer and sock puppets are less likely to be listed. —NickSchmalenberger


2007-09-11 13:14:53   Hey John do you mind if that map is uploaded to the wiki? —JamesSchwab


2008-06-25 21:11:17   Have you seen the year pages like 1956 and 1928? The entire timeline section of the wiki is being reworked and I know that you have a lot knowledge about local history. Maybe you could help flesh out a few of the weaker years? I'd love to get a page going about the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and some of the other topics that you covered in Davis Radical Changes, Deep Constants. —JasonAller


2008-06-25 21:37:28   How could I forget adding you to the Noteworthy Published Authors page? I recommend your book all the time when people are looking for Davis history. —SunjeetBaadkar

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