— Hobby&learning 19:05, 18 Apr 2005 (UTC) I started this WikiBook, and I know it will be a huge project, I think it will help a lot of people in enjoying their hobby which is still one of the most popular hobbies around the world !
— Tom Webb 7 July 2005 05:57 (UTC) I came across this interesting WikiBook and thought I might be able to help with fleshing out New Zealand stamps section. Will try to add additional information as and when I can :)
— Nonenmac 03:06, 14 May 2007 (UTC) I just added the module World Stamp Catalogue/United States, which is a copy of what I had created as a Commons article (Stamps of the United States) based on the US stamp images there. I have not yet made an attempt to conform to the World Stamp Catalogue format or content. I mainly wanted to provide an indication of what US stamp images are available on Wikimedia Commons. Feel free to do any constructive reformatting that would help. Some scans from my personal collection are shown in commons:User:Nonenmac/postage stamps.
— We, participants in the Russian WikiProject Philately, namely Mariluna, Michael Romanov, Leonid Dzhepko, Andrey Sdobnikov and others have started contributing to the World Stamp Catalogue for Soviet Union and Russia. We aim to represent these two countries as full as possible. And maybe more. As you can see the year 1989 is already there. All interested persons are welcome to join us. On behalf of my collegues, --Leonid Dzhepko 20:04, 12 November 2007 (UTC)
- User:AshLIn. I inhabit en:WP. I would like to author the Indian stamps section with help from others. AshLin (talk) 05:37, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
- I have picked US stamps of 1940 as an example of how I like the catalog to look when it becomes more populated with information. Nonenmac had already done much of the hard work for scanning some images, I just arranged them into the new templates and combined with additional info Robert Huber (discuss • contribs) 14:02, 10 September 2013 (UTC)