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The Community portal is probably the best place to start for new users. To add a Wikispooks search facility to your browser, go here. If you've got a topic you're itching to write about, just dive in. If you're not sure where to start, you can introduce yourself by editing either this page or your user page. Robin (talk) 07:50, 18 July 2015 (IST)
Good work, Matahari
I've made a start at organising your edits in an encyclopaedic fashion. The aim is to arrange the material into byte-sized pieces, each centered on a specific topic, but each of which is interlinked so readers can pursue their own interest. I'm anticipating a separate page for The Final Mountbatten Report, and we may want more for other parts of the story such as the Dieppe Raid. -- Robin (talk) 18:25, 18 July 2015 (IST)
- Thank you for that kind welcome Robin. I do hope that by adding the content I am not in breach of Wikispooks protocol. I just wish to add information which could be useful here. I will not be able to cite sources for all added information for obvious reasons. But I would like to give you my word that anything I add is in absolute good faith and from reliable first hand legitimate sources, be it human or archival.
- I apologize for the formatting and am sorry you need to spend time cleaning up the mess I left behind. Unfortunately, I do not quite know how to navigate yet.
- Thank you again, this is a wonderful project.
- No worries. Adding content is what it's all about. Don't worry about formatting, since it's easy enough to tidy up. As it happens I read Op JB earlier this year and was wondering about the prequel, but the whole confused nature of it put me off, so I'm glad to hear some sort of explanation of how the multiple versions transpired. I've made a page for The Mountbatten Report, which is peppered with requests for more information, names and dates. More basic information - who, what, why - should help clarify further what has gone on. Oh, and some example differences between the two editions would also help readers know what to make of it all. -- Robin (talk) 11:13, 19 July 2015 (IST)