If someone can tell me how to edit i could upload some pics =S
- Hi Cid. Editing a page is easy; just click on the "Edit" tab at the top! To upload a file (eg a photo), use the "Upload file" link from near the bottom of the links menu on the left of the page. Give the photo an appropriate file-name, then link to it by using [[Image:filename]] in the page you're editing. Try playing around with editing your user page until you get the hang of things. Good luck! -- Benjw 05:46, 26 January 2009 (UTC)
- Hi from me, too. I found the photos you uploaded for the May 24th and January 1st expeditions and made expedition reports for them. If you make your own reports for future expeditions, even if you just link to your blog, other people will be glad to see them. It's okay to write in Spanish on here. -Robyn 01:36, 1 April 2009 (UTC)
- Thank you guys for helping me with this, im starting to understand the code but i might need help next time i upload an expedition. BTW, the 2009-01-01 expedition wasnt done that day, Alegría (my friend) and I picked that point because of the proximity to my house, does that affect in some way?
- If it's not done on the day the coordinates are valid, then we'd call it a Retro meetup. You could swap the coordinates reached category for Retro coordinates reached and add the retro category. Retro meetups are not generally considered as qualifying for most ribbons and achievements, since they don't quite follow the spirit of 'spontaneous' in the same way a standard meetup does, but looking at the report page, that wouldn't really cause any issues in this case. In any Case, the main point is to have had fun! --mykaDragonBlue [- i have no sig -] 01:49, 13 March 2010 (UTC)
Actually I found la Ciudad de México to be quite a safe place to roam around, if you didn't exactly stick to the touristy districts. Admittedly, we've been out only in the light of the day most of the time and that changes a lot. And I was a bit desperate to get a geohash on our last days now. Hey, and that Casas GEO thing was a bit ridiculously safe anyway. ;) It will probably a while until I get back to MX again, but I will make sure to tell you. In the meantime, I'm looking forward to hearing more of your expeditions in the area, now that I know it a little better. -- relet 10:37, 17 March 2010 (UTC)