Wikipedia:WikiProject Computing/Article requests
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I'd like to edit the current page on "expressor," which is a stub. The correct name of the company is "expressor software." Here is a link to page I have drafted as an expansion of the current entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Sccasey/expressor_software_entry_draft
Disclosure: I am a consultant working with the company on communications.
Thank you. Sccasey
N8VEM home brew computer project
Would someone please help with the N8VEM project page? It seems to be stuck in an "non verifiable sources" endless loop.
List of Experimental Computers
The History of computing articles are generally very cluttered and incomplete. A number of list articles could help with this, listing notable commercial or research machines in chronological order, then linking to the relevant articles. This should also allow the current articles to be tidied up with better-flowing prose. –OrangeDog (talk • edits) 18:42, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
I'd like to write an entry about cloud databases, such as Amazon Relational Data Service and new NoSQL solutions. I'm new to Wikipedia, what's the best way to go about it? Anne.naimoli (talk) 17:06, 15 September 2011 (UTC)
Microsoft Windows 8
- That article already exists: Windows 8 So instead of creating a new one, just edit the existing one. --DanielPharos (talk) 22:45, 14 November 2011 (UTC)
New Timeline suggestions
- Timeline of mobile computing: History of Mobile computing includes handheld computers like calculators, organizers, cellphones, PDAs, music players, video players, CD players, DVD players, game consoles, Smartphones, Tablets, etc.
- Timeline of cloud computing: History of Cloud computing includes Servers technology, Internet technology, and storage technology.
Wikipedia is sorely lacking adequate tablet articles. At Comparison of tablet computers, over 30 tablets have no article, and even more are stubs. All these articles need are accurate specs and a small amount of specifics. Help appreciated. -SpiritVIII 03:13, 4 October 2012 (UTC)
Currently, this is a redirect to JooJoo, which was a product made by the company Fusion Garage. Fusion Garage needs to be an article that actually refers to the company Fusion Garage. Steel1943 (talk) 02:12, 14 January 2013 (UTC)
Growing cell structures
Growing Cell Structures, published in 1994 by Bernd Fritzke, is an important algorithm, especially for unsupervised learning (clustering). Its importance should be roughly similar to neural gas. Ben T/C 12:11, 14 January 2013 (UTC)
PowerWorld Simulator is an interactive power system simulation program. It was developed by PowerWorld Corporation. This program was designed to simulate high voltage power system operations. The software is capable of completing a full power flow analysis up to 100,000 buses. It's widely used in electrical engineering - IProud80 (talk) 11:11, 3 April 2013 (UTC)
Andes Technology, or AndesTech, seems quite a notable computer hardware company. They produce their own AndesCore processor family (also known by its abbreviation NDS32) that GCC 4.9 now supports. However, all these topics seem to be missing from Wikipedia. — Pt (T) 23:05, 18 November 2013 (UTC)