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International News Agency

According to your definition, INA was a partnership, albiet one that never officially took off the ground. eventually grew into a partnership before it went inactive in June, so your first line is any rate, it's irrelevent who came up with it; the fact that it exists should be enough to satisfy the article --Emerick 23:33, 19 July 2008 (BST)

just as you say: "one that never officially took off the ground". you can only talk about official ones, you cant say you are married to Pamela Anderson neither just because you thought about it, I did press "official" in the writing already,
I agree wit the removal of tha part that the first one was made by me if you can prove i am wrong, but untill then it remains, however i do remove the part about being the first to had the idea - Francis Hunyadi 01:00, 20 July 2008 (CET)
Well, they can be official or unofficial...I don't see a need to have a contract, but if that's what you want to do, then by all means, do so, but other journalists shouldn't be confined to your definition. There have been plenty of partnerships in eRepublik history; some were strict, and some were lazier. Maybe it should be split up even further to show all styles of sharing information between journalists. From what I'm thinking, your partnerships is just one way for this to work. I'm thinking of changing the name of this to Journalist Agencies. Thoughts? --Emerick 00:19, 20 July 2008 (BST)
Well yes, we could fill this page up with every kind of partnerships, but my original idea was to have one for journalistic ones... however, i am not against haveing more kind of those here if done correctly :) - Francis Hunyadi
Actually, I was talking about making this page for all sorts of journalist collaborations. It would have partnerships, teams, and contributers --Emerick 00:40, 20 July 2008 (BST)

Ah, just a little misunderstanding, fine with me then :) - Francis Hunyadi