Hi Yaroslav,

I'm afraid this is an isolated case. I checked the source file of the English survey - and the timestamp 40834,3196875 indeed indicates your name. However, the full comment is "Cheers". Something went wrong in the transfer of your answers to the google doc i'm afraid. 


No dia 19 de Novembro de 2011 21:01, Yaroslav M. Blanter <putevod@mccme.ru> escreveu:
On Sat, 19 Nov 2011 20:07:03 +0100, Lodewijk <lodewijk@effeietsanders.org>
> Hi all,
> Please find attached the data table of the Wiki Loves Monuments
> participants survey. 790 replies are included, but i have removed some
> the most obvious duplicates.
> I look forward to people turning this into something exciting! I would
> some statistics both on country and international level, both country of
> participation and where they live. Also it would be nice if every local
> team could take a look into the specific suggestions in their country.
> Best,
> Lodewijk

Hi Lodewijk,

thanks for the work, I really hope it will turn into useful statistics.

Could it be that the comment column in the excel file was somehow screwed
up? I believe my response is #215, and I can not make sense of the comments
in the file: probably what is above and below #215 (to some extens, not the
Swedish text) is part of mine response, but it still does not look like
connected to me, I believe I left a longer and a more sensible comment.

I also find it cool that the oldest respondent was born in 1926 and the
youngest in 1998, if I read the data correctly.


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