Talk:San Francisco

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JAZ, love what you've done in just a few weeks. That logo is off the hook ;-) You rule the interweb. As far as the WNBR Wikipedia entry, it's only the **images** that revolve around London. & I know SF can come up with comparable pictures to contribute. which will be the huge publicity for SF. Can we deal with huge? Hilarleo 22:22, 3 June 2010 (UTC)

Leo, feel free to edit the wikipedia entry if you want. I'll contribute any images that you may like or grab any of the images off the SF WNBR wiki page since they must be copyright free. JamesAZaun 18:49, 9 January 2011 (UTC)

James, WikiPedia etiquette says that rather than offer a pdf, one ought to make a page for that text. That's not appropriate here. But I'm having problems getting the pdf link to 'pipe' normally, & I assume it's related. So your nice syntax is breaking down. Hilarleo 06:43, 11 June 2010 (UTC)

Leo, I'm guessing you are trying to get the PDF pages to display directly in the wiki, yes/no? I have successfully gotten PDF pages to display in MediaWiki's directly by using a MediaWiki Flash extension. I have written an Adobe ExtendScript for Illustrator CS4 that will convert a PDF to a set of Flash pages complete with MediaWiki markups. However, it requires that Conrad (or whoever manages the wiki) install a specific Flash extension so the SWFs can be uploaded into the wiki. The Flash pages preserve the original PDF formatting including graphics. I didn't ask Conrad if he would be willing to do that or not. There are some security concerns with uploading Flash content into the wiki. I could also go the SVG route but I don't think the wiki allows SVG uploads either. JamesAZaun 18:49, 9 January 2011 (UTC)

Date Mismatch

The date of the September, 2024, ride in the list of rides on this page... 21 September, while the date appearing in the calendar poster directly below the list is 28 September. This mismatch needs to be resolved and the incorrect date corrected. Thank you.

Changed it to 28, thank you! - Erik Baas (talk) 22:19, 31 December 2023 (UTC)