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Why was this reverted? The link I removed is 404, and I changed backpacker.com to say that it was Backpacker Magazine's website. Any reason to undo that?[[User:Epmatsw|Epmatsw]] 14:14, June 18, 2007 (EDT)
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Why was this reverted? The link I removed is 404, and I changed backpacker.com to say that it was Backpacker Magazine's website. Any reason to undo that? --[[User:Epmatsw|Epmatsw]] 14:14, June 18, 2007 (EDT)
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:Well, there was no summary for the edit, which, although not required, it sure helps [[sysop|sysops]], '''''a lot''''', when [[patrolling]]. I missed your correcting the broken link and thought you were deleting the one while adding the other. Now, with your question, I went back and looked ''very'' closely at what you're talking about... My mistake for sure. I'm sorry. I should '''not''' have reverted it; I should've edited it. (I know it's no excuse; but, I'm still getting to used to the wiki thing, too.) --'''''[[User:RWSmith|RWSmith]]''''' 19:02, June 18, 2007 (EDT)

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Why was this reverted? The link I removed is 404, and I changed backpacker.com to say that it was Backpacker Magazine's website. Any reason to undo that? --Epmatsw 14:14, June 18, 2007 (EDT)

Well, there was no summary for the edit, which, although not required, it sure helps sysops, a lot, when patrolling. I missed your correcting the broken link and thought you were deleting the one while adding the other. Now, with your question, I went back and looked very closely at what you're talking about... My mistake for sure. I'm sorry. I should not have reverted it; I should've edited it. (I know it's no excuse; but, I'm still getting to used to the wiki thing, too.) --RWSmith 19:02, June 18, 2007 (EDT)
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