06:22, 4 August 2011 (GMT)
Trade; 05:20 . . (-71) . . Sgornick (Talk | contribs) (→Getting started: Remove BTCBase, this is wiki is generally for english-only sites. There are separate wikis for other languages.)
Yet Bitomat is not available in English... what's the difference here? --Luke-jr 06:22, 4 August 2011 (GMT)
Good point, Luke-jr. Unfortunately, they don't belong on the trade page for another reason -- they are info only, they have no trade. Otherwise I would add them back in somewhere.
13:13, 10 August 2011 (GMT)
Mr. Sgornick I thought this was a good idea. I don't understand how it hurts the community?!(I don't see the reasons in deleting them.) I made my contributions (Introduced 4-5 bitcoin-related sites and wrote some descriptions). The users don't have anything to loose and the BTC I make out of this I intend to spend on bitcoindeals.com (after I get an invitation). Isn't there a way I can leave those links there? We have the same rights on this wiki so I hope we can disscus this with respect and consideration. --Vladgiurgiubv 13:13, 10 August 2011 (GMT)
Vladgiurgiubv, It was an unwritten but generally accepted rule that no affiliate / referral links should be included in the wiki for a number of reasons. The policy does now exist though.
Dear sgornick, I realize you recently removed my links to iscyspace on the mining guide, how bit coin works and irc claiming they were none existent, this is not the case, I'll agree to the irc one because well . . . my irc is pretty much empty >_< however my site most certainly does exist and in fact the guide is blatantly on the open page, as a sign of good will I have removed the linkbucks links and replaced them with direct links instead as i pay for my site through advertisements, although even I admit the linkbucks thing took it a bit to far, I've sent you an email explaining the situation and offering some further comments and I hope to hear back from you soon.