Welcome to the site. I noticed your comments on Alma 30:1-5. I am glad you felt comfortable posting to the site and hope you continue to do so. I moved your comments to a sub-page of your own user page. Please see the Site:Policies for more information about what type of content should be posted where on this site.
Once again, welcome to Feast upon the Word. I hope that as you share your thoughts and comments on the scriptures and read other people's, that you find the community here valuable to your understanding and appreciation of the scriptures. This has been my experience.
--Matthew Faulconer 07:47, 4 Sep 2005 (CEST)
Thanks again for contributing to this site. I moved your comments to a sub-page of your page. I'll send you an e-mail to discuss. I just want to make sure you are comfortable with the changes. --Matthew Faulconer 08:49, 9 Sep 2005 (CEST)
Hey, some good comments...just make sure to put Questions in the Questions section, and commentary in the Exegesis section. And make sure not to delete the Questions section heading. Thanks, Rob Fergus 21:40, 15 Sep 2005 (CEST)
the importance of two-way communication
Hi Amberdawnwp, It is important that there be some two-way communication as we all work together to create a single unified commentary on the standard works. Otherwise, we risk not understanding what each other are doing and creating a very fragmented commentary that is not very helpful to readers.
This two-way communication happens 1) through the site and 2) through e-mail. On 1 it happens through posts on this site on pages about the commentary pages. These are often called the discussion or talk pages. They are the tab to the right of the commentary page. This type of communication can also happen on this site on user talk page (where I am currently leaving this message for you.)
I recognize though that as a new user you may not be familiar with how this site works and how to respond to a post on your user talk page. So, I am glad you supplied an e-mail address in your user profile because this allows us to communicate by e-mail. However, I have not heard back from you on the e-mail I sent you last Friday. Did you get the e-mail? If so, would you please respond?
Thank you, --Matthew Faulconer 01:47, 16 Sep 2005 (CEST)