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Sasha Kopf's Celtic knot ring

Haeremai, welcome, talofa, Willkommen, bienvenue, welkom[]

Hello, and welcome to Familypedia, the Genealogy wiki! We volunteers hope you can continue making contributions to articles and/or discussion and other improvements.

If you are new to Wikia or wikis in general, a visit to Help:Contents will be well worth while. And all intending contributors, even those experienced with wikis, will get something of value from that page because our "Help" pages are much more than an editing guide.

You could check out the "Community portal" for an outline of some of the main features, links to pages that tell you how to edit, and the link to a guided tour of selected pages that illustrate ways you may enjoy using the site.

To start right in creating pages for your ancestors, we recommend at least one read of the guidance page.

Please consider adding a "Babel" template to your user page, if you have not already done so, so that others know which languages you are comfortable reading. The site is basically in English but there is no prohibition on other languages and we have ways of linking to translations. We already have, for example, over 100 kB in Spanish, dozens of pages in French, and a little Russian and Norwegian, with easy ways of linking languages.

A good place to start each visit is the "recent changes" page, where all edits and their authors (anonymous or signed-in) are listed. Bookmark it, maybe. (And help delete spam - unpleasant but a fact of life.)

There's an email list system used to get messages to all listed members: see Familypedia:Mailing list. "Traffic" is not high, so you will not risk flooding your inbox by joining.

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Discussion of any aspect of the site, and enquiries, can be made through a Forum or on the "discussion" page associated with each article. Sign and date your contributions there (by typing "~~~~" or clicking the "signature" button), so that readers know "who to talk to" and whether your message is probably still of current interest. If you write on a user's "talk" page, that user will get an alerting message on next visit.

It would be good if you could indicate on your user page how you discovered this site.

Please leave a message on my talk page if you think I may help with anything! -- Thurstan (Talk) 22:49, 2010 October 15

Names that include "dit"[]

Hi! Bonjour/bonsoir! You may like to share your knowledge of French naming conventions on:

Forum:French names that include "dit".

Robin Patterson (Talk) 01:08, October 24, 2010 (UTC)

"/bdm" subpages[]

Welcome back! You'll have noticed that the forms are behaving much better than in 2010.

A new development that should interest you is the "bdm" subpage. See Renaison/bdm, for example. You can create them yourself for any localities or counties your people had major events in. Forum:Templates update explains the simple procedure, involving just a few clicks when you are at the place page.

Enjoy! -- Robin Patterson (Talk) 02:05, February 2, 2013 (UTC)

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