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One Small Detail, Position of FHL sources

I noticed something and it isn't limited to South Carolina but the team should be aware of...

The emphasis is listing links and sources outside of FHL first and FHL links to be listed last. This was emphasized several times over the years.

I figured out ▲ (hold down Alt and key 30) is posing a problem with different browsers, rendering it as ?. I will look for it and change it to template}}, {{template such as WorldCat then FHL to eliminate that problem as I work through to purge non-functioning codes. Dsammy 02:32, 3 May 2011 (UTC)

South Carolina Districts

After your msg, I went back to look at at least Edgefield District to see how it is and nothing quite making sense so made some necessary changes and added back one item (had to go long way back in history to find that limited info) and added basically essential information to it to aid anyone looking for the District rather than the County to guide them through quick history and back to the rest of records at County page. Dsammy 18:43, 20 April 2011 (UTC)

Thanks! How's it going?

Hey there, Pat! I like what you're doing to Maryland Census! As the barn raising winds down, I want to get a feel for how each article on the Maryland Barn Raising Tasks is coming along so I can tell where to allocate any help that contributors can give for a last push. Could you either send me a message by editing my User Discussion page or go to the Maryland Barn Raising Tasks page and update the column on the % of "doneness" the article is at now? Ritcheymt 16:15, 16 February 2009 (UTC)

Welcome back from Interruption Land

Thanks for your note, Pat -- I hope life is saner this week. In answer to your question, yes, it would be awesome of you to continue the work of the Maryland Census page. Thanks! Ritcheymt 18:55, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

Need your help (done 6/25)

Since we really need to get the backlog prioritized and each story estimated, and since it has been such a struggle pulling the whole team together for meetings, I've thought of a way to prioritize the backlog as individuals rather than meeting to do it. I need your help to make it happen. Will you please go to& FamilySearch Wiki:WikiProject U.S. Census and add the team's stories from the whiteboard to the Requirement Backlog table? Once they're all there, we can have each team member do a Delphi vote on which items they feel are highest to lowest priority. Then I can do the math and arrange them in priority order. Ritcheymt 16:23, 23 June 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for ranking the items, too, Pat! Ritcheymt 12:26, 26 June 2009 (UTC)