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2011-09-13 22:52:37   RE: Eve West Bessier - thanks for reverting. Why is hankim doing what he's doing like adding bogus links and misleading links? Malicious intent or what? Here's a message approving layout as such:

No worries — as I said, I formatted it to a fairly common wiki layout, which doesn't mean "the one true way". Aesthetics are always bouncing around a bit because everybody has different opinions. I personally like a bit of variety (take a look at Sunflowers), so I'm happy to see a bit of a twist. I'm glad you hung with everybody, realizing that it's a full pack of people, so you have all kinds of folks with different social attitudes. Just like Davis. Peace and Joy back at ya! —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards —fknochenhauer

2011-09-13 18:30:59 Thanks, Bruce, Don, David, Evan, et al. Eve's page is now nice and tight, well-formatted and represents her value to the City of Davis and Sacramento Communities. I did move the main graphic of her to the left so it faces toward the main body of text instead of her face and view running off the right side of the page. Aesthetics, look-and-feel, etc. Others (Dr. Andy Jones) have similar formatting.

Appreciate hanging with me/us on this. After all these years, I know Eve and her community will greatly appreciate her wiki. Keep it simple. Peace & Joy. Thanks once more. —fknochenhauer

Peace & Joy??? Wow, now I know you're a socialist! ;) — Wes

2011-10-03 20:56:44   Thx Chris..last time I attributed a comment I was told sternly not to attribute it as the person probably had a reason for not doing so and it can be viewed in the history. —PeterBoulay

2011-10-15 20:14:55   Chris, regarding Chamness Properties, how is it fine to remove OTHER PEOPLE'S comments? His own I can see... —PeterBoulay

2011-10-15 21:01:14   You are correct-I misread it. I apologize. Thx. —PeterBoulay

2011-10-15 21:08:12   Actually, he deleted his own comment, too, so it's not clear that he wanted it to stay. —CovertProfessor

2011-10-15 21:20:33   It's hard to say — I don't know if he meant to delete his comment or not. But because the original author deleted it, I didn't think PB was out of line in deleting it. —CovertProfessor

2011-10-17 09:38:35   Chris - Thank you for your help with Julie Jorgenson, Marriage and Family Therapist Intern! I'm brand new to the Davis Wiki and learning on the fly :) —JulieJorgenson

2011-10-26 17:24:52   Thanks Chris for the delete on the Talk page for the Barber Shop...I created on wrong area and was going back to delete.. —jeffstanton

2011-11-14 14:01:19   Where did get the notion they were closing they have been going strong... —StevenDaubert

2011-11-14 14:07:09   it's still going up, I'm speaking with Village now —StevenDaubert

2011-11-14 16:20:48   You shouln't say a business is closed with the only evidence of closing being that an anonymous editor deleted the page with his/her first edit. —BruceHansen

2011-11-14 16:28:28   Let's not all jump on Chris's case, shall we? We've certainly put "Departed Business" includes on other businesses just on someone's word (yes, sometimes a new editor) that the business was closed. What he did was completely understandable. It's just that in this case, some of know this business well enough to know that it's not likely to be departing any time soon. —CovertProfessor

2011-11-14 16:54:30   seconding what CP said. We've put departed on pages under the same circumstances all the time - pretty standard wiki practice. And if it turns out to be wrong, it's usually fixed within a few days or weeks by somebody else. (In this case....all of twenty seconds before the departed include was removed, oh noes!!!) No worries. —EdWins

Thanks for the perspectives CP an EW. I'm kind of curious where the new anonymous editor was coming from that deleting a business page without evidence of the business closing would be his/her first edit. It seems malicious. -bh

Agreed. But it could be someone totally outside the recent cab drama, e.g., a disgruntled customer. —cp

I'm not much into speculation, but that seems more likely to me than a competitor. Given the name of the edtor, bikedude, it could have been a disgruntled bicyclist or less likely, a bicycling cab competitor. -bh

2011-11-14 19:10:19   Thanks. I recall making some hasty edits. —BruceHansen

2011-11-20 14:44:33   Thanks for figuring that out!! —CovertProfessor

2011-12-06 21:35:11   Thank you for clearing up a couple things on The Hotdogger I am new to making pages and appreciate the help. —TadFranks

2011-12-08 01:41:48   do tell —StevenDaubert

2011-12-08 19:38:36   Thanks for the info on the man in the gray suit. Very interesting! A lot of people are still wondering about him. Sounds like the speculations that he was FBI or Dept. of Homeland Security were overblown. —CovertProfessor

2011-12-21 21:09:26   It happens. =P —WilliamLewis

2012-01-01 17:50:27   Not sure if this is over the top, but I think it probably needs to be said. This kind of thing has gotten utterly stupid. There's also the questionable fact of a "new" editor knowing how to restore formatted wiki text directly through the editor rather than the comment macro. —JabberWokky

2012-01-17 17:00:09   Are you sure? It did have a Davis address. —JabberWokky

2012-01-17 17:53:33   I swear it even had a specific suite number. Let me check... —JabberWokky

2012-01-17 17:55:13   602 Adams St, Apt 8, Davis, CA. That's Aggie Gardens Apartments. —JabberWokky

2012-02-20 12:20:47   Thanks for checking in with me. I misread the # and thought they were exact. I am wrong here and have retracted the banners. I still have concerns about the similar nature of the comments. —PeterBoulay

2012-05-15 16:41:27   Oops! I got caught up in the table and forgot to restore that comment. Thanks for fixing it :) —LoriOrf

2013-05-29 11:42:11   thank You Chris Dietrich !! yes i was trying to upload from hair by elizabeth's page !Q i I would love if you can help me!! :) —ElizabethQuesada