User talk:Angelic Wraith

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Welcome!

Hello, Angelic Wraith, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

I hope you enjoy editing here and being a Wikipedian! Please sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you need help, check out Wikipedia:Where to ask a question, ask me on my talk page, or place {{helpme}} on your talk page and someone will show up shortly to answer your questions. Again, welcome!  SWAdair | Talk 08:21, 17 Nov 2004 (UTC)


Guess I was asking for it.[edit]

:-) BD2412 T 05:23, 28 November 2005 (UTC)

Lol, but not too bad of a vandal I don't think?


Don't really look like Alan Rickman, not by a long shot; but he did a fine job in Galaxy Quest, don't you think?


Quite well, although I enjoyed his work in Dogma much more.

Awesome! I loved Dogma.

WikiProject Macintosh[edit]

Thanks for joining! Our current focus is Apple Computer. Our former focus and current FAC is Apple Macintosh; you can vote here. Don't forget to put Template:user WikiProject Macintosh on your userpage! We’re all honored that you want to join our WikiProject. --HereToHelp (talk) 21:58, 17 December 2005 (UTC)

Comment about Apple Macintosh[edit]

Please cooperate and understand that other Wikipedians, including myself sometimes, actually have a different style of editing than yourself — Many users wish to develop their work through several edits instead of one edit. There is nothing wrong with this. HereToHelp is a very valuable contributor to Apple Macintosh and WikiProject Macintosh and he is only trying to help. The legal section was requested by a user, and HereToHelp has been kind enough as to create it. Instead of removing information, change it and stop complaining - You have the ability to remove the POV of which you are concerned about. Thanks! — Wackymacs 21:26, 20 December 2005 (UTC)

Well I can understand your frustration at his amount of edits - but I used to be the same. It doesn't really annoy me, no - Because I usually just amend his edits on the current revision or work collaboratively with him. At the end of the day I think its pointless arguing or complaining over the way HereToHelp edits because you also have the ability to improve his edits and don't need to go through every revision. Thanks for replying quickly. — Wackymacs 21:43, 20 December 2005 (UTC)


Emma Lee[edit]

Perhaps you might want to merge this article with the one on John Doyle Lee, or at least add a stub classification. Just a thought.

Re:Your last message[edit]

No, I'm not an administrator and don't actually want to be one (there's a userbox on my user page that says so too, hehe ). I have MacTracker application and Revolution In The Valley. I wouldn't count on using MacTracker as a reliable source because I've found a lot of information in there to be incorrect. Thanks for the suggestions! — Wackymacs 07:32, 21 December 2005 (UTC)

I'm not sure wether or not its good to include anecdotes in an encyclopedia. — Wackymacs 20:14, 21 December 2005 (UTC)

Your messages to me[edit]

You wrote the two following messages to me:

1)
If you have a good reason why you feel there was TMI on "Guilty Conscience," I'm up for listening. The reason I changed it, though, was because it made it seem as though Dr. Dre had been encouraging the man the entire time, which wasn't true. Not really a big deal, but neither is the added space.
2)
I actually agree with you... the Guilty Conscience bit was out of place, though I think you should have expressed yourself with a bit more tact.

I will not reply to messages on my page that are not signed. Secondly, please do not post messages into sections that they are not relevant to. Thank you for your understanding on this matter. Themindset 08:08, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

As for posting things in sections they don't belong.. uh, well I clicked the "Click here to leave me a new message" button you provided. I don't know what you want.

You clicked the right place, but you didn't put a title to your message, in which case your message becomes appended to the last section. In other words, you are posting into the section titled 'Drum and bass merge' - obviously not relevant to that section. I thank you for your understanding on this matter. Themindset 16:46, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Just for the record[edit]

My signature is normally bold. I wasn't thinking about the formatting when I added my name. --Rschen7754 (talk - contribs) 03:54, 24 December 2005 (UTC)

Ahah. The truth comes out ;P Good to know.


For untiringly mending minor errors...[edit]

...I'd like to award you this barnstar. I'll take a hint from your conversation with Wackymacs above and try to reduce the ammounts of edits I make and compound them into one. And I'll spellcheck them first. Then again, you'd be out of a job if I stopped making "gramer misstakez".--HereToHelp (talk) 23:52, 25 December 2005 (UTC)

Minor Barnstar.png An Award
I award this Minor Barnstar (yes, it's minor, even if the picture doesn't look like it) to Angelic Wraith for a large quantity of excellent minor edits fixing an interminable amount of spelling, grammar, and formatting errors. Awarded by: HereToHelp (talk) 23:52, 25 December 2005 (UTC).

Hey, man, that's cold! You should check some of my more major edits ;P

You're taking this the wrong way. I meant to say that everyone can make major edits. It's just that you also catch everyone's mistakes, too. And I appreciate that. In no way did I intend to offend you. It's just that considering how many times you fixed my edits, I felt badly that you did it unthanked. Perhaps a WikiThanks would have been better. I'm sorry.--HereToHelp (talk) 03:14, 26 December 2005 (UTC)--HereToHelp (talk) 03:14, 26 December 2005 (UTC)

Nah man, I was just playing, I know you were sincere. Though, I was serious that I have made some serious contributions ^_^

Oh, btw, it's really easy to catch mistakes if you just use the compare button, because it highlights all changes in BOLD RED, so I know exactly what's been changed, and I don't have to re-read things I know are fine. It's a good tool.. I just wish there were more things like that on Wikipedia to make things easier >_<

Whew, you had me scared. You can never tell when someone's being sarcastic on electronic communication. Maybe that could be one of those "better tools" Wikipedia needs. I never doubted your major efforts, it's just that spelling and grammar errors are the easiest way to make an article look bad, and you had fixed a lot of "how did I type that?" errors. --HereToHelp (talk) 03:51, 26 December 2005 (UTC)
) I appreciate your... umm.. appreciation. The honor you do me flatters my... my honor, and (ok, that was a little humor for fun ^_^), and I know you mean it. At first I was a bit annoyed that you did lots of edits, but you've really made an effort to cut down on that, and it's really helpful :)

I'm glad you're grateful; I think the work you've been doing is admirable, and I don't mind "cleaning up" a bit. It also allows me to flesh out what you've already written; I personally find it very difficult to make new sections, partially because the page is so large, and the "edit" screen is a whole lot different than the "article" screen; after all, it's all text, and there are no pictures/formatting/colors which makes it a bit confusing.

That, I think, is one think Wikipedia would really do well to fix... people would make far fewer mistakes if they somehow integrated the Edit interface better. If that makes sense.

Thanks[edit]

For the firefox image. One of these days I'm going to sit down and study all of the various user boxes and templates. Ohnoitsjamie 22:52, 2 January 2006 (UTC)

No problem. They seem to be changing.. it's a little weird.

Hey![edit]

Hey man - I see you seem to be a bit stressed, it would be bad to see you leave Wikipedia - Please consider taking a wikibreak! — Wackymacs 20:52, 5 January 2006 (UTC)

  • I hope you get better soon :) — Wackymacs 21:38, 5 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Hmm doesn't really annoy me - but its quite unusual to say MiB or GiB (sounds weird too!). — Wackymacs 07:51, 6 January 2006 (UTC)

Well your a charming little person huh? =] Yes, I too am surprised that no one has killed Anne Coulter yet. While some of her points are reasonable, shes just....annoying, I guess is the word. Oh well, thats the world we live in today. She has that right. Well have a good day. Or dont, it doesnt effect me any. --AngelicDemon92 21:56, 13 November 2006 (UTC)

Em[edit]

hey i guess i was wrong, dunno where i got the impression, but apparently Pac's the best-selling rapper. feel free to RV any references you find to it with Em (i did it in a coupla articles) Stoned Trey 02:19, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

it looks though, like Em's the 2nd-best. i'm checking a list and it says 20 million sold pre-Encore. if the wiki article's right (Encore's 11 million worldwide and CC's 3 million) that still wouldn't be enough to top Pac, who's sold 36.5 mil. Stoned Trey 02:23, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

a lotta that stuff's true but obviously we're just looking specifically at his own solo record sales.

i'd say, we should mention that he's the second best-selling rapper behind Pac and then at some other point (further down) in the article mention that if you don't include Pac's posthumous albums Em's the top-seller. and of course we could mention his prime role in bringing 50 Cent and D12 to national attention. Stoned Trey 08:09, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

ResEdit Pro[edit]

Hi. I'm afraid I reverted your recent addition to ResEdit. At first I just tried to clean it up and provide a source, but it seems that Thrica doesn't exist any longer, and there are very few live links left on the 'net. I also felt that it was only barely notable, so "it should also be noted that..." is putting it a little bit strongly! Apologies if it was your pet tool, but the temptation to add things to an article just because you liked them should be resisted if it really wasn't all that notable. Alos, the 4-bit icon stuff was a bit overly technical for a general encyclopedia article. I hope you won't mind too much, and understand my reasons. Thanks! Graham 23:42, 18 January 2006 (UTC)

Cats[edit]

Meow. Yes, Simpsons' cats. MathStatWoman 11:41, 19 January 2006 (UTC)

unit formatting[edit]

Please stop deleting the space between numeric value and units (100MHz vs 100 MHz etc). I understand the way you feel about this but the latter is the accepted style on Wikipedia and according to international standards. The only exception is are for degrees of angle; the space is optional before a % sign. If you wish to change this policy then please take it up in the Manual of Style talk pages and build a consensus there. --Ali@gwc.org.uk 00:18, 31 January 2006 (UTC)

User:Angelic Wraith wrote: Thanks for being understanding, at least. It's just that it feels you invade every page I've been working on with this reformatting >_< I appreciate your grammatical and (usually) your rephrasing efforts, but I just don't see why it matters what the MoS is. I mean, realistically. What's the point of changing them anyway? And.. I don't really know how to take it up with the MoS board. Dan 01:37, 31 January 2006 (UTC)
Oh right.. and why do you feel the need to do this to pages you don't even contribute to, which have been like this for years? ...And how are you finding all of them :P
Sorry, I don't mean to stalk you! I guess we just have interests in similar areas. When a page pops up in my watchlist I tend to look it over. I think that consistency and correctness are a good thing and generally aspire to both. Perhaps I'm just too pedantic... --Ali@gwc.org.uk 21:49, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

Nintendo 64 edits[edit]

Do you really dislike the images of those N64 chips I had posted? I had them in a drawer from a broken N64 and scanned them for the article. I thought they added a nice visual touch to the specs.... I did tweak the caption you modified though, because it is related to info in one of the paragraphs about techniques to improve upon the system's texturing limitations (not directly related to the cartridge being 512Mbit). Thanks for cleaning up some of my poor wording, in both N64 and R100, btw. Nice to have a fellow technical proofreader around. --Swaaye 18:37, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

Yeah the cartridge size was a big problem for sure. But from what I've read and heard about the architecture it feels like the overall system was designed around using small textures. The GPU's texture cache required the entire texture to fit within 4 KB. Obviously, that's a problem. Then if the devs want to use mip-mapping, well it's 2 KB. Developers I've chatted with have said it was perhaps the system's biggest flaw. Some creative developers like Rare, Boss, and Factor5 were able to work around the design by using large textures split into smaller pieces and multilayered scenes. There are reference links on the N64 page to a dev chat on Beyond3D I had about a year ago with an ex-Boss Games programmer (ERP). He actually talks about Panasonic M2 in a post on there too, if you're interest in that (would have to search for that, not sure where it was). There are also a few other devs on that forum who have worked with N64.
Regarding geometry rate, it was actually on par if not a lot faster than PS1. The crazy numbers Sony gave out for PS1 (750K polys/sec) were totally unrealistic for actual in-game rates. Nintendo just it told how it was with their 100K+ statement, and 100K was more like what PS1 could do at the extreme. That ERP fella said he and the Boss team managed to tweak the RSP's microcode to put out a lot more polys than the machine could do with the SGI microcode. The RSP was, at the time, quite a floating point triangle transforming monster, especially compared to PS1. Too bad it also had to do audio (ERP said devs tried to use the main CPU for audio instead if possible). He also said he profiled some PS1 games and was certain that World Driver Championship pushed more polys than any PS1 game. Quite an impressive game on N64 for sure, with its 640x480 support and no need for the RAM expansion!
I took the liberty of changing your PSXs to PS1s, the official abbreviation. The PSX is actually a luxury PS2/PVR released only in Japan... --Wulf 03:52, 13 March 2006 (UTC)
Overall, N64's biggest probs were its cartridge design, texture cache, RAMBUS latency, and lack of a dedicated audio DSP (other processors had to pick up the slack). It was designed to be very cheap thru extensive integration, but also powerful enough to defeat the competition. It's also far more reliable cuz of the lack of the CD drive (saved them support costs). Big N always seems to design things with cost near the top in priority, moreso than the other companies.

ROTFLMAO!!![edit]

Hahahahaha! I laughed so hard I almost needed to change my pants after reading you userpage. But, ain't it the truth! ;) The Wookieepedian 04:58, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

QuickDraw[edit]

I reverted your reversion. Noting your comment that It's just plain stupid to remove something which was placed for disambiguation, since "resolution" could be confusing in that context to many people, I think you are confused yourself about what the article is discussing here. The 'resolution' in this context is the maximum dimensional size of the grafPort, which is +/- 32768 PIXELS in horizontal and vertical directions. This has absolutely nothing to do with colour depth, which can be considered a value in another dimension to either of these. Therefore "disambiguating" resolution as 'colour depth' is actually creating confusion! QuickDraw's grafPort size is not connected to colour depth at all - the same size limitations prevail regardless of colour depth (though the rowBytes value is constrained by colour depth, and does set up a dependency between the two in practice, but that's another issue). Hope this clears it up. If you still feel confused, feel free to contact me and I'll try and help sort it out. Graham 02:24, 9 February 2006 (UTC)

Emanem & Eminem[edit]

Hi Angelicwraith, you and 'anyone else you know' "having never heard of" emanem records hardly seems a valid reason for objecting to the disambig link on the Eminem page. I really don't see why its a problem in an encyclopedia. I know people who've heard of Emamem records but have never heard of Eminem believe it or not. Cheers quercus robur 18:45, 9 February 2006 (UTC)

Holy crap! Lol... well, ok. It's just kind of weird to have this kind of addition.... I mean, it's been up for what.. three years? It wasn't deemed important enough till now.. idk.

vprotect[edit]

The vprotect tag is a template that displays that the page is protected and adds it to the catagory of protected pages. The actually protection of a page is done through a seperate interface. The vprotect tag is there to let people know the page is protected; it is possible to protect a page without such a notice, such as the front page of wikipedia. Hope this clarifies vprotect - Damicatz 05:45, 10 February 2006 (UTC)

Signing talk pages[edit]

HEy it might have just been a one time oversight, but please sign your posts on talk pages with ~~~~. Mike (T C) Star of life2.svg 22:37, 10 February 2006 (UTC)

Apple RAM: 512MB ("at least")[edit]

The MacBook Pro 1.83GHz model ships with 1GB RAM (http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/whatsinside.html). -JohnRDaily 01:07, 13 February 2006 (UTC)

Eminem[edit]

alright dude, don't have a period. i have an account i just haven't really been using it lately. i don't get why people are so reactionary about certain articles -- an intro is not for including unremarkable recent news like the Shady Convention and what people thought of Encore (compare to Nas's intro, for example -- it mentions Illmatic being viewed as a classic, but doesn't mention Nastradamus being judged as his worst album.) but i can argue this on the talk page even though i think it's pretty obvious what my point is.

and the guy who made the page into "The Full Biography of Marshall Mathers" should have his stuff reverted as well. no other rapper gets this kind of treatment, and the article should focus on him as an artist. 134.69.166.25 02:10, 23 February 2006 (UTC)

alright cool. by the way dude who's your favorite rapper (i'm just assuming you're into hip hop cuz you seem to like Em, correct me if i'm wrong)? as far as Em goes i like his MMLP the best -- sometimes it feels like he's going over-the-top with the anger (some would call it "angst") but he always balances it out with a lighter track after it seems like he's gone over the edge. lately i've been getting into GZA which's weird considering i didn't like what i heard from Enter the Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers but i think RZA produced some nice beats on Liquid Swords.

sorry for wasting your time if you ain't a rap fan, but anyhow.

Em better release a killer comeback album to make up for Encore, that's all i'll say. although i don't think it's as godawful as some people think -- it's got its share of decent and good songs, and even the shitty ones i sometimes listen to cuz they're funny in a stupid kinda way. 134.69.166.25 11:23, 23 February 2006 (UTC)

yeah Em always murders people on their own shit, as Nas put it -- "Renegade" is absolutely sick. and yeah i've heard the Benzino disses. like Nail in the Coffin the best -- rhymin' "industry" with "in the streets" and "What the fuck you stop for buddy, if you slew some crack/You'd make a lot more money than you do from rap." he's a sick battle rapper -- that's how he got known in Detroit in his early days after all.

the only thing is that he's always got in feuds with people he can easily destroy (with the possible exception of Canibus, but i haven't heard enough of his stuff and don't plan to) but i guess he hasn't really got any reason to diss anyone skilled. i can't think of an acclaimed rapper who disrespects him after all. Stoned Trey 03:20, 24 February 2006 (UTC)

What are you complaining about[edit]

You had an automated subst of your welcome, is there something wrong with that? Tawker 01:34, 24 February 2006 (UTC)

No personal attacks[edit]

Read Wikipedia:No personal attacks. It's policy. [1]. — Matt Crypto 03:15, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

re: [2][edit]

Greetings.

Telling someone to discuss changes while at the same time removing content without prior discussions? Telling someone to use preview to cut down on consecutive edits, then immediately following that up with a minor, summary-less edit? Now, I don't care about that much, but what I do care about is removing content (two images in this case) without any explanation whatsoever. Please don't remove content without at least an edit summary why you see the need to do so. There might be a good reason, I'd just like to know it. The rest of your edit's quite good, by the way. Hope to see you on Talk:Power Macintosh G3 (And for the record, I don't think think six edits in eight hours, with only two of them less than 15 minutes apart, are in any way unreasonable. Neither do I think discussion was required beforehand for anything that I changed.). -- grm_wnr Esc 00:17, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

No problem. I don't want to be grumpy, but sometimes I get annoyed as well. -- grm_wnr Esc 01:41, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

The Haunting[edit]

G'day. One day your user page will come back to haunt you. Or at least embarrass you... I know, I know, you don't give a fuck - now. I just thought I'd let you know, since I'm now 43, but I was once 19 or so - but luckily I didn't commit any of my embarrassing sentiments to a database that will be preserved indefinitely. Just a thought! Anyway, did you ever get around to reading my lengthy discourse about QuickDraw? (On my talk page) Graham 06:34, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Doing things in one or two edits[edit]

If I have a large number of changes to make, I often make them as separate edits. This has a couple of motivations:

  1. Making a large number of diverse edits with a large comment makes it difficult for anyone coming along later to see what relates to what.
  2. The edit comment box is only of limited size. Making a larger comment would mean putting it in Talk and referring to it from the edit comment, which would be extra work.

Duckbill 10:10, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Signing comments[edit]

Please remember to sign comments on Talk pages. AlistairMcMillan 23:41, 22 March 2006 (UTC)

Removal of Image:Striped_apple_logo.png from your userpage[edit]

Angelic Wraith, the above noted image was removed from your userpage because by Wikipedia Board of Trustees policy, fair use images may not be used in userspace. This image is tagged with a fair use tag. The use of it on your userpage violates Wikipedia policy and most likely violates copyright law. I note that you have reinstated the image to your userpage. It needs to be removed. Please see Wikipedia:Fair_use#Policy item #9. Thank you. --Durin 04:07, 24 March 2006 (UTC)

SciNo[edit]

  • It's scientific notation. I don't always remember to do it myself, but it is. Look. --Swaaye 17:20, 24 March 2006 (UTC)

Unit annoyance[edit]

Oops, didn't realize that was your user page. Well, units are annoying but sadly those obsessors have a point lol. --Swaaye 17:59, 24 March 2006 (UTC)

Links[edit]

You're making piped links look bad. For example, this bot changed Mac OS 9.2.2 to Mac OS 9.2.2 —This unsigned comment was added by Angelic Wraith (talkcontribs) .

Thanks, fixed. You say "for example", are there others you want to tell me about? Rich Farmbrough 23:53 25 March 2006 (UTC).


Vandalism[edit]

Removed by request. I apologize for reverting your removal; that was improper. -Syberghost 17:17, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

That's quite all right. Dan 20:01, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

Image copyright problem with Image:View.jpg[edit]

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Yoda[edit]

I'm not sure whether this was by accident, but you seem to have vandalised the Yoda article. In this diff you changed the name in the infobox to "Yoda Dagobyte". Was this a mistake or not? I'm assuming it was a mistake... but I've reverted the edit anyway... --Darth Revert (AKA Deskana) (talk) 19:33, 12 April 2006 (UTC)

eminem[edit]

i couldn't find the origin of the name eminem on the article. where is it ? anyway, it's better on the very beginning of the article. On the article about eminem, i added that "eminem" comes from his initials : M & M and you removed it. Unixer 21:02, 14 April 2006 (UTC)

Re: Apple Macintosh[edit]

See Talk:Apple Macintosh. It's either that or WP:FARC. -- grm_wnr Esc 07:19, 27 April 2006 (UTC)

<3 You </3 Ann Coulter

that is all.

Dates...[edit]

I responded on my talk page. You should take a look at the Manual of Style (see the welcome template at the top of this page) for a lot of good stuff on article formatting. PaulC/T+ 06:27, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

The Matrix...[edit]

Thanks for getting my back on the Matrix article. Didn't realize that "dusty" was vandalism, just thought it was some weird, anime-speak that I didn't understand. Also seems that someone named Punk Rocker didn't like the edits I did before & reverted back to the old, badly written version. Tommyt 20:42, 16 May 2006 (UTC)


Holden McNeil[edit]

Why are you reverting my edits... it shouldn't be linked, it should be written and then expanded upon.

How do you expand it? It's the central character from one movie -- who makes a cameo in another -- and any and all information about the character comes from a single source, namely, whatever he does or is revealed about him in that one movie. Meaning, it duplicates the content of the movie article. All you can do, really, to pad things out is regurgitate a high-school-book-review-style plot summary of the one movie -- a bad practice your high-school English teacher probably warned you about.

If someone's searching for Holden McNeil, they're looking for the character, not the movie(s) the character has been in. No, you can either be looking up the name because you've heard it in some context outside of Chasing Amy (someone made a reference to it) or because you want to know about the character. The former is satisfied by going to Chasing Amy, since if you've never heard of name, the movie reference isn't going to mean anything, either; the latter provides you with exactly the same information you already have.

It's even linked on the Chasing Amy, and all it does is redirect itself. Speaking of "providing you with exactly the same information you already have" -- talk about a waste of time. In any case, that problem is easily solved by unlinking, which is what I did.

Let me quote from Wikipedia:Notability (fiction):

Major characters and notable minor ones (and places, concepts, etc.) in a work of fiction should be covered within the article on that work of fiction. If the article on the work itself becomes long, then giving such characters an article of their own is good practice (if there is enough content for the character [emphasis mine]).

Simply repeating what the original article says in its first sentence isn't enough. Come up with some actual content worth a separate article and I'll reconsider my actions. Until then, redirect it is. --Calton | Talk 00:08, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

know any admins?[edit]

Eminem and ICP are both overdue for temp protection. Know of any admins who might be sympathetic to oft-vandalized rappers? Kasreyn 22:24, 25 May 2006 (UTC)

Mac OS 9 article[edit]

The only differences I see between the version I edited and your revert is 1. Mangled and awkward English, and 2. That printer sharing is via a control panel (it's not). So can you explain what I'm missing? -- Steven Fisher 05:36, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

Well, there is a control panel, but it is for configuration. The sharing works through USB Printer Sharing Extension. -- Steven Fisher 14:45, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

Um, you put back the stuff about Mac OS 9 having protected memory, although your comment seems to imply that you agreed that it should stay removed. Which is it? Stattenf 05:35, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

Current mac project collaboration[edit]

The current WP:MAC collaboration is Apple II family. Please devote some time to improve this article to featured status. — Wackymacs 13:50, 12 August 2006 (UTC)

May I quote you?[edit]

Hello Dan; I've been writing an essay of sorts regarding what I perceive as some of the failings of the Wikipedia editing ideal. I'd like to quote you in an edit comment because it helps make a point. However, I didn't want to do so without your consent. You can find a draft of the essay at User:Matt Britt/DJDW including how your quote is used. Thanks! -- mattb @ 2006-09-11T20:25Z

FAR for Macintosh[edit]

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AfD nomination of Holden McNeil[edit]

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WikiProject Macintosh Revival[edit]

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Hello, Angelic Wraith! You've listed yourself as an active member of WikiProject Macintosh, which is currently seeing very little activity. We are trying to revive the project and your help would be appreciated. To see who is active and who is not, we will be listing all active members under "status pending" in the project's participant list. Please move your name to either the "former members" section or "active" section. Hope to see you in the "active" column! For more information on how to help the project, visit the How to help section at our project page! · EdwardsBot (talk) 02:30, 26 April 2010 (UTC)

WikiProject Macintosh Role Call[edit]

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Nomination of Jim Reekes for deletion[edit]

A discussion is taking place as to whether the article Jim Reekes is suitable for inclusion in Wikipedia according to Wikipedia's policies and guidelines or whether it should be deleted.

The article will be discussed at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Jim Reekes until a consensus is reached, and anyone is welcome to contribute to the discussion. The nomination will explain the policies and guidelines which are of concern. The discussion focuses on high-quality evidence and our policies and guidelines.

Users may edit the article during the discussion, including to improve the article to address concerns raised in the discussion. However, do not remove the article-for-deletion notice from the top of the article. Toddst1 (talk) 19:34, 7 October 2013 (UTC)

Vandalism[edit]

I note that you are a longtime Wikipedian with a healthy edit count, a clean block log, and only one edit since this summer. After seeing the recent vandalism to Alex Rodriguez, apparently by you, I'm wondering if your account has been compromised. Can you please clarify what's going on? I'm inclined to seek a protective block but I'd like to hear from you first. Thanks. Rivertorch (talk) 18:20, 16 November 2013 (UTC)