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Indexing Window commands? Or indexing windows commands that have an associated wikipedia article? Navboxes are used for the latter. For the former, either a "List of..." article or a category is used. Can't really decide what I want more - remove the unwikilinked commands or let them stay. Requesting comments. --soumtalk 19:51, 11 April 2008 (UTC)
Keep! I agree it might not be that usefull right now with only some blue links, but it reminds people that there are still some Windows commands that don't have their own article (although they should have!). All we need to do is write some articles for those commands or - if possible - include the description of the Windows implementations into the article of the corresponding Unix commands with the same name, thus to creating platform neutral articles like cd (command), exit (command), mkdir etc. I'm planning to do this with more (Unix), sort (Unix) and whoami (Unix), just like I already did with alias (command). Ghettoblaster (talk) 20:08, 11 April 2008 (UTC)