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Talk:Hitchhiking Records

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: What does the Guinness Book know about hitch-hiking? Well, not that much of course, since they do not keep records about it (anymore) ;) However, in general I would believe that Guinness Book is an authority when it comes to selecting and registering records and in verifying record entries. To me, this still shows from the "old" data on Hitchwiki, like the gradual improvement of John O Goats to Land's End record over the years. Guinness seems to be just really good at registering such records and it would be hoped for, and an honor for the sport, if hitch-hiking would be included again in their registry. As for this page, I do not know what feels better to me yet: to split it up in two, or to keep it in one. The route suggestions are not relevant to me. --[[User:Fverhart|Fverhart]] ([[User talk:Fverhart|talk]]) 19:28, 22 September 2015 (CEST)
"like the gradual improvement"
Definitely a nice effect. But not relevant in this page. Maybe easier to take it out then. --[[User:Korn|Korn]] ([[User talk:Korn|talk]]) 19:42, 22 September 2015 (CEST)
I restructured the records already a bit and tried to cluster within "topics". I would not go the path of relevance as it is very subjective thing. And the general idea that "this record is more important than another one" seems to point in a direction of (de)preciating records and might set a negativ discussion culture.--[[User:Korn|Korn]] ([[User talk:Korn|talk]]) 19:42, 22 September 2015 (CEST)
== Irrelevant part of World Record ==

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