sorting the information Edit
How do we sort this Information?
- alphabethic by land (Australia...Zimbabwe)
- sort by continent (Asia, Europe, North ...)
- ...and how do we sort the continents?
- a,b,c: North/South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia
- clockwise Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South/North America
- and where do we start? Enough now!!!
Think about it! Bahnpirat 14:36, 21 May 2007 (UTC)
Can't add ride without a login Edit
The spam protection triggers because all the external links in the page, so I couldn't add a ride.
I wanted to add to the south america section the following ride:
- Buenos_Aires (w) a website , a mailing list , first Sunday of every month at 4 p.m., Obelisco.
However the spam protection triggered on a totally unrelated link (link broken so the spam protection doesn't trigger):
The following text is what triggered our spam filter: http://www.aber deencriticalmass.tk
So, it would be nice if the spam detection would analyse only the modified lines instead of blaming the current user for a link not related to his editing.
P.D.: If someone with an account want to help, adding the BsAs ride, that would be great.
Harassing The San Fernando Valley Bicyclist Edit
I am a part of a large group of bicyclist that bicycles around the San Fernando Valley weekly centered out of the NoHo Red Line Station, Last night, 8/11/2010, a large number of us bicyclist were traveling west bound on the bicycle path at Sepulvada Blvd. As usual, we use crossing guards for safety purposes as used by schools and motorcade funeral processions, and our security traffic control monitor was stopped and cited for doing his dedicated duty, for which we are all thankful.
One of our safety traffic control monitors is Pablo Zepeda, who is now "summons" into court to answer for his "crime." Last week a group of bicyclist was tailed by a police officer who broke up our bicycling group. It has become obvious that there is now afloat an effort to split up, divide and discourage bicyclist here in the Valley by police harassment.
We just cannot allow the establishment to use our our own limited tax dollars to discourage us from bicycling. I am Ron Branson, head of http://www.jail4judges.org and have for years brought suits against government for corruption and wrongdoing.
We, the citizens, must fight faithfully to preserve our rights to travel in this land by any means we see fit, whether it be for pleasure, business or exercise and health. Your comments, your advice and your offer to help in this endeavor is appreciated. I shall endeavor to direct all comments hereto toward the instant "leadership" of our bicycling group composing of upwards of 100 bicyclist.
(818) 310-8999 (818) 310-8999
P.S. - We MUST help Pablo. It affects the rights of us all! A lost for Pablo is a lost for us! Pablo's number is (818) 503-3025 (818) 503-3025.