User talk:Carbo1200

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Your contribution to Microsoft Silverlight[edit]

Hello, Carbo1200. Welcome to Wikipedia. I hope you stay with us and enjoy editing. However, you recent edit to Microsoft Silverlight was not constructive and was reverted.

You had erased a part of the article (that had source) on the pretext that it is not notable. That is not a valid pretext. Notability is only a mean of deciding the merit of the main article topic, not individual subtopics or paragraphs of an article. On the contrary, a good article must be broad in coverage. For your information, one of the valid ways of resolving the lack of notability of an article is merging it into another article with broader topic

Fleet Command (talk) 04:12, 10 May 2011 (UTC)

Hello Carbo1200. I noticed that you have edited both the datalog and the deductive databases articles. What do you think of my suggestion that they be merged? Also, maybe we could collaborate on improving the logic programming article. Compulogger (talk) 07:17, 19 June 2012 (UTC)

Great Catch at BitTorrent[edit]

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The entire citation dealt with copyright trolls but those two words were missing, completely changing the tone of the article until you made a minor edit with major impact. Thanks for your attention to detail. DocTree (talk) 22:29, 7 July 2012 (UTC)

Template:Programming paradigms[edit]

Hi Carbo1200, I've left a message for an IP user at User talk:125.54.148.237 - their first 2 contributions to Wikipedia were to revert recent changes to the PP template so we're back at the "shopping list" which I think none of us like, whatever else we may think should be there. Unfortunately I shall be away for a while now, so am not in a good position to help sort this out, but I think I pretty much agree with your view that there should be only about 5 (+/- a few) entries there, though I can see there's a case for a much richer list if it can be organized a bit better. There's a risk of an edit-war developing so I feel talking will be a wise move at this point.

Good luck with your efforts. Chiswick Chap (talk) 09:41, 9 July 2012 (UTC)

Please Carbo1200, don't just delete all the information that was in the Template, It has very good and important information, it is a very well source index. I saw it very useful, so I will rollback the deletion. If you want a smaller template, I think you should add a link to an index or a list of paradigms in the template, not just delete all paradigms. Jperelli (talk) 16:03, 19 July 2012 (UTC)

Logic programming article[edit]

Hello Carbo1200. You may have noticed that I edited the LP article, largely along lines you proposed some time ago. I hope you agree with my edits, and maybe we can collaborate on further revisions. Best wishes. Compulogger (talk) 20:33, 21 August 2012 (UTC)

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