User talk:Bofr@

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Welcome![edit]

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Quolnok, and "The Infosphere Welcoming Committee" 20:39, 17 July 2006 (PDT)

Pictures[edit]

[Gopher]: Hey, and welcome! It's great to have someone willing and able to help with uploading screenshots. However, not to discourage you, but it is possible to go overboard - I don't think the "Mars University" page needs 5 pictures, given how little info is available on it. As a rule of thumb, ideally you should have enough pictures to run along the length of the text on the right side. If you're willing, though, you could check out this page. Articles created with templates or formatted lists will often contain this placeholder image, and this page lists links to every page that needs one or more pictures. If you could look for those images for us, it would be a big help! Regardless, welcome, and thanks for the help!

Gopher 15:34, 20 July 2006 (PDT)