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Proposal_talk: Wikipedia loves ... my town

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I suggest a name change to "Wikipedia loves... my place".  In cities, I think if you call it "my town" you will got lots of the classic tourist locations (which we already have), but if you call it my place, you'll get more emphasis on the suburbs (which is what we need). --[[User:99of9|99of9]] 21:01, 30 September 2011 (EST)
I suggest a name change to "Wikipedia loves... my place".  In cities, I think if you call it "my town" you will got lots of the classic tourist locations (which we already have), but if you call it my place, you'll get more emphasis on the suburbs (which is what we need). --[[User:99of9|99of9]] 21:01, 30 September 2011 (EST)
:I like the thrust of your suggestion, however .. "my place" is a bit too close to home.  I'd love a word which was somewhere between "town" and "place". [[User:John Vandenberg|John Vandenberg]] 21:28, 30 September 2011 (EST)
:I like the thrust of your suggestion, however .. "my place" is a bit too close to home.  I'd love a word which was somewhere between "town" and "place". [[User:John Vandenberg|John Vandenberg]] 21:28, 30 September 2011 (EST)
::Does "community" fit between "town" and "place"? [[User:Markhurd|Mark Hurd]] 03:33, 1 October 2011 (EST)

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I suggest a name change to "Wikipedia loves... my place". In cities, I think if you call it "my town" you will got lots of the classic tourist locations (which we already have), but if you call it my place, you'll get more emphasis on the suburbs (which is what we need). --99of9 21:01, 30 September 2011 (EST)

I like the thrust of your suggestion, however .. "my place" is a bit too close to home. I'd love a word which was somewhere between "town" and "place". John Vandenberg 21:28, 30 September 2011 (EST)
Does "community" fit between "town" and "place"? Mark Hurd 03:33, 1 October 2011 (EST)