Local Transport

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Arthur Milchior:

Hi,

I can't edit the page myself, so I have to request the edition here.

Can you add near the app a description of what the app does. Not necessarily in details. But it's nice to know whether you can use it to buy your travel ticket (you at least need one, since you don't have the bracelet when you arrive in town). Or whether it's «only» help you to plan your trip. Which is useful, but in which case android already has default (proprietary) software.

no time. If you want to write it, pls. add your proposed explanations here on the talk page. --Wikinaut (talk) 01:01, 24 December 2018 (CET)

Concerning https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.easygo&hl=de you should remove the &hl=de from the URL, so it won't appear in German. Concerning DB navigator, it'd be usefull to state that it's for long distance trip, and not inside Leipzig

done, --Wikinaut (talk) 01:01, 24 December 2018 (CET)

Tobi:

This sentence should be changed:

old: Tram lines 16 and 16E will take you directly to Leipzig Messe. You can also opt to use S-Bahn line S2, S5, S5X or S11. Tram 16 takes you closer to Messe, but is a longer ride from Hauptbahnhof than S-Bahn. There is no S-Bahn service at night and trams run at a ten minute interval throughout the night during 35c3.

new: Tram lines 16 and 16E will take you directly to Leipzig Messegelände. You can also opt to use S-Bahn line S2, S5, S5X or S6 as well as regional train RE13. Tram 16 takes you closer to Messe, but is a longer ride from Hauptbahnhof than S-Bahn. There is only few S-Bahn service at friday and saturday night and trams run at a ten minute interval throughout the night during all days of 35c3.

done. --Wikinaut (talk) 00:58, 24 December 2018 (CET)

Conference Ticket - Children

We travel with two cildren, age 5 and 7. the young child travels for free, but is the school child covered by the conference tichet? Tickets like the new years special ticket include a child in attandance, does this apply to the conference ticket as well?

--Typedlambda (talk) 08:06, 27 December 2018 (CET)