Thanks for the welcome message. Happy to help out. Love the wiki idea.
I'm sorry to say, but apparently we have a spam invasion here. I'm constantly clearing new spam pages (including user pages) but I don't know if this is useful in any way. Is there anything else I can do to help get rid of this annoying phenomenon? Dish (talk) 14:46, 29 June 2019 (CEST)
- I have changed your account now, see your own talk page for more information. --Memm (talk) 11:27, 9 July 2019 (CEST)
I created an entry there: 
Mechanical Pencil Day Contest 2019 Contributions
- Thanks! Oh, and also thank you for correcting some of my mistakes! --Dish (talk) 14:08, 9 February 2020 (CET)
Thanks for the welcome/sourcing question
Hello, and thanks for the account approval! I'm somewhat new to the pen world, but am loving the community and the idea of this wiki!
I've recently been trying to aggregate as much online info as I can on various stationery items and have a bit of a catalog accumulating on the physical characteristics/dimensions for various models. As I don't own nearly all of the items I've aggregated, I'm wondering if online retailers are an acceptable source of information related to these metrics (e.g. model #s, body material, weight, length, diameter, etc.)?
I should note I have no affiliation with any of the retailers I've pulled data from, however I can understand if these are not considered an appropriate source for the purposes of this database.
Hi, thanks for joining us. I completely undertsand your thinking and have similar thoughts. IMO online retailers are an acceptable source of information. If users were to measure themselves we also don't know if they did it right, so I see no issues with that. Welcome! --Memm (talk) 11:40, 11 October 2022 (CEST)