User talk:Bikepunk

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Hey Bikepunk, why did you blank 93.162.99.126's contributions? It's usually a good idea to leave a comment if you're removing stuff that's not obvious spam. In this case I actually think that it's good starting points for pages like Aalborg and Melbourne, with some more descriptive text, e.g. == Anarchist hang-outs == :) guaka 22:10, 15 November 2009 (UTC)

I blanked cause I moved the content to the "guide to punk", wich is actually also a kind a "anarchist hang outs" page at the same time (since I add the links to all the good squats I know for example). This person (steph) went around couchwiki after I gave her the link to the "guide to punk" and the info she comited fits into the guide.
I thought the "city pages" had to folow a kinda common stucture (I've got in mind the hamburg page for example). feel free to undo my blanks, but if we start putting anarchist hangouts, we will then have to dad also: communist hang-outs, democrats hang-outs, hippies hang-outs...
why not after all... Bikepunk 22:30, 15 November 2009 (UTC)

Hey bikepunk, i found out how to deal with classes here! You can add new css-classes at http://couchwiki.org/en/MediaWiki:Common.css (be careful with names, it will overwrite standard classes) and than start to use them like:

bikepunk rocks!
but midsch as well!

First box with class, second with style = same result. But classes have more style;) Midsch 21:24, 22 December 2009 (UTC)

Nice! thanks a lot for sharing ;-) Bikepunk 09:34, 23 December 2009 (UTC)

Do you have jabber, skype, irc or something like that? guaka 18:45, 28 December 2009 (UTC)


Hey Bikepunk. I would like your opinion on the discussion on Guide to Punk. I was thinking that either we could broaden the definition or make it more specific. If we make guide to punk a page were one only mentions punk webpages, punk venues and the likes, we could make another page called guide to counter-culture or alternative culture or anti-capitalism. --Linnéa Lárpera 12:07, 8 July 2010 (UTC)