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Thanks for your great work and welcome to the sasCommunity.org Advisory Board. — Charlie Shipp 23:17, 27 April 2012 (EDT)
- Your TIP (featured today) looks great. And congratulations on the birth of your handsome twin sons! — Charlie Shipp 13:38, 16 September 2013 (EDT)
Enjoyed your card! And congratulations on the successful campaign and presence of QR codes at SGF 2014. Will you increase momentum for Regionals? — I see a QR code you added to Western_Users_of_SAS_Software — Charlie Shipp (talk) 14:12, 8 April 2014 (CDT)
Solutions in the Round - Apology unnecessary conversation stopper
I am enjoying the Solutions in the Round articles that you have contributed. However, I think your apologetic note in the discussion area is not necessary and is a conversation stopper as it disrupts the free flow of any discussion. I would suggest either moving it to the discussion page, or at least a separate section of the articles. In my view, your apology is unnecessary and detracts from the rest of these articles. I think you apology is best added to the discussion (Talk) page, rather than being left in the article. Think of your apology as metadata about the article, and an explanation about how the article came to be, rather than being content or data for the article. As the apology is potentially the subject of an off-topic discussion about writing the article, rather than discussing the topic of the article, it is better placed on the discussion page, where writing about the article, rather than the topic, can be discussed. - Cameron (talk) 16:09, 3 January 2015 (CST)