User talk:LucaF.

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Hello, thank you for the welcome and for the suggestions.LucaF. 11:25, 12 December 2011 (MSK) Pestergaines 11:20, 12 December 2011 (MSK)

Italian pages

Hi Luca, glad to see your contributions! I have polished the new pages a little, added a category to the organizations and added " (Italian)" to those pages that are in this language. I've made a small index for them in MisesWiki:International - feel free to use it to keep track of your pages and the Talk page to coordinate with others.

One question: Us Equity and Macro Lab and Usemlab are apparently really one organization (is it "Us" or "US"?). If that is the case, there should be one main page for the 'better' (more recognized) name with a redirect for the other name; and probably also the same for the Italian versions of the pages. Please let me know if you need help with reorganization, renaming or the like. Pestergaines 13:15, 12 December 2011 (MSK)

Hi Pestergaines, thanks for your help, I have added the page in italian language and also in english languages for a better understanding of our contents (because we have many problem to appear in Wikipedia encyclopedia with our page). Yes, thank you for the information, I know that Mises Wiki is very open also for page in others languages and surely your reorganization of these italian page in a specific section can be useful for the users.

Yes, Usemlab page is referred to the same austrian school association, I have create a page in english and in italian language, but for differentiate them, I have called one "Usemlab" (the acronym) and one with the complete name "Us Equity and Macro Lab" for avoid the problem of internal link with the same name (if you want you can change the name of the page both in Usemlab with the specification of "Italian" in the page in italian language). Yes, I have wrong to write, the correct name is "US Equity & Macro LAB", thank you for have notice this my error. However, "US Equity & Macro LAB" is changed now in "Usemlab Economy and Market".LucaF. 03:13, 13 December 2011 (MSK)


I came across a great summary of Italy's history after WWII in After the Welfare (added much of it here) - in case you need something like that for others. You learn something new every day, and I had no idea Italy was doing that well or that it's liberal tradition was so strong at the time. Cheers! Pestergaines (talk) 14:31, 15 January 2013 (MSK)