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Work in progress
Ethernet frame payload length
- Improve Ethernet toward good article
- Improve accessibility and reduce length of Communications protocol
- Create Feedback suppressor
- Improve accessibility and reduce length of MIDI
- Add RFC 4949 references and text
- Implement Moore's law GA review suggestions
- Incorporate new refs into Loudness war
- Computer network outline
- End-to-end delay development
- Remove advertising from Waves Audio
- Add BCP 38 to Denial-of-service attack
- Formatting tricks
- Template:Citation needed
- Template:Other uses (hatnotes)
|The Technology Barnstar|
|for multiple contributions to streamlining of technology articles. Ipsign (talk) 06:55, 25 October 2010 (UTC)|
|The Original Barnstar|
|Thanks for you "Welcome" notice back at 2013-07-27. I now got time to dig into more Wikipedia editor features, and find you notes very helpful. MortenZdk (talk) 11:39, 30 November 2013 (UTC)|
|The Articles for Creation barnstar|
|A barnstar to you for reviewing at least 175 submissions during the WikiProject Articles for creation December 2013 - January 2014 Backlog Elimination Drive. Thanks for contributing to the backlog elimination drive!
Posted by Northamerica1000 on 11:00, 26 February 2014 (UTC) using MediaWiki message delivery (talk), on behalf of WikiProject Articles for creation
- Category:AfC pending submissions by age/3 weeks ago
- Category:AfC pending submissions by age/4 weeks ago
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