Maps of African statesEdit
@ Sadalmelik, you're delighting the community with topographic maps of African states. In lots of articles up to now simple maps are used, that only show bigger cities and perhaps the most important rivers. Your maps would be more usful, if you integrate these informations, i.e. if you mark the most important cities in the topos, with (scientific transcription of) the names used in the shown counztry. Places and names are easier to read, if the altitude colours are a bit paler. If you do so, the old simple maps can be withdrawn.
Yours' sincerely --Ulamm 21:13, 22 June 2007 (UTC)
- You are welcome! – Sadalmelik 20:05, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
Today I saw a couple of your maps. This is just to let you know that they are really beautiful. Thanks for contributing these to Wikipedia!
Greetz, Dick Bos (WJV&DB 06:35, 18 December 2007 (UTC))
- Thanks for your kind words! – Sadalmelik 19:44, 25 January 2008 (UTC)
Your maps promoted as Valued ImagesEdit
Hi Sadalmelik, I nominated two of your maps for Valued Image status, and both have been promoted. Unfortunately there is no bot in place to automatically notify the creator, so I just copied the notifications from my talk page to yours. --Elekhh (talk) 05:49, 9 May 2010 (UTC)
Geopgrahic maps of North AfricaEdit
Dear Sadalmelik Congratulations for the excellent geographical maps you produce. I was looking for a geographical map of North Africa and then found yours in Wikipedia.
One question: I am working on an article on Saharan dust and it would be excellent to make references on one your maps. More specifically, I would be interested in having two geographical map of North Africa including the Canary Islands: 1. from 20ºW to 15ºE and from 15ºN to 40ºN. 2. other from 20ºW to 40ºE and from 0ºN to 40ºN.
It would be one similar to that you did for Algeria, but littler wider (the first with higher resolution).
I read that you are open for collaborations doing just 1 or 2 maps. Do you think it would be possible ? We may have contact by email if you prefer (firstname.lastname@example.org) Thanks in advance
Religion maps of TNEdit
Hi! I came across your maps on Hinduism in Sri Lanka and Islam in Sri Lanka and like them. Can you create similar maps for Islam and Christianity in Tamil Nadu based on the details I've added here.-Ravichandar84 (talk) 04:34, 29 July 2012 (UTC)
A cupcake to say thanks!Edit
Just wanted to let you know that we used your awesome map on our South Africa maps page and linked back to your profile page to say thank you for the awesome resource.
High five, and thanks again!
A Request from EgyptEdit
Dear Sadaalmelik, Firstly, I want to thank you for your valued topographic maps. I've reviewed your map image of Egypt & it seems like there is something wrong (as you described in regenerating it). Can you show us its level of accuracy?!.. Also, I request/ask you for more maps of Egypt (geographic, Topographic, ...).
Jordan Topography without the red lines?Edit
Your map of Jordan,
, is great! I love the colors. I want to use a part of it to illustrate Mount Seir, which is in the south-west of Jordan. The only problem is that the red borders hide some of the map. Do you happen to have a version of the map without the red lines? Thanks!! --Erel Segal (talk) 13:09, 23 April 2015 (UTC)