Explosive thought :
I think the page should be deleted. Why do we need a wiki page on Cambodia? What's it got to do with British and Irish roads exactly?
I'm not too bothered either way, but if you want to keep it to the British Isles, there are a few other pages that should be deleted too e.g. sections on the USA, Spain etc. On the other hand, if we want a comprehensive guide, then we should probably try and have sections on as many different parts of the world as possible. Between us all, I'm sure that we've been to an awful lot of different countries, and can contribute to a fair number of meaningful sections. As far as countries like Vietnam, Cambodia, the UAE and Brazil are concerned; I'd quite like the thought of writing about major road and bridge building schemes again!
In March 2002, mistral wrote:
Personally, I have no problem in talking about buying new cars, maintenance, roadtrips or anything else related to the main topic area. Indeed, I have no problem, with talking about the associated topics such as planning, new railways or airports, transport politics etc.The message boards were reset by Guy to allow for these types of discussions. The core topic should nevertheless be British roads.viewtopic.php?p=72289#p72289
As I said then, I'm happy to discuss many other topics, but the core interest of the group should still be British (and Irish) roads. That, however, should not preclude discussion of roads elsewhere. Ten years on, I'm still British and still enthused about roads, not just here at home, but in other bits of the world as well.