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2008-07-11 15:48:19   To me, it seems like it's a matter of personal preference. I don't see any reason why it's necessary, though it wouldn't bother me if that became the convention. I personally would care less if we bold titles or not, and would instead care more that titles are bolded (or not bolded) consistently on all pages on the wiki. —AlexanderGartley

2008-07-11 16:01:51   I've been changing the hours in the format specified in the Business Template. Same with phone numbers with no parentheses or hyphens: 123 456 7890 —AlexanderGartley

2008-07-16 10:52:15   Actually, I've grown to really like bolding the first mention of page titles in the page description, and starting the description with a full sentence. I've started doing it, so I don't know how we make it "official" but I think it'd be a good idea. —AlexanderGartley

2008-07-16 15:18:48   Nicely said. Thanks for explaining it further. —AlexanderGartley

2008-11-18 14:01:33   Hi Jay,

You had a comment on the page I created for Families in Recovery regarding the sentence I put in about authorship. You are correct that I wanted to clarify any potential conflict since I am the president of the board for the nonprofit organization. I am fairly new to editing wikis, so my apologies if this was inappropriate. My goal was disclosure - not preserving ownership. With that, please feel free to delete the sentence or I can certainly do so as well if it is not necessary.

Scott —SyStamper