Talk:UCPH Department of Computer Science
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How about removing the discussion about the english name of DIKU? At the very least remove it from the first section of the article, which should IMO be reserved for more generel info. The english name used on DIKU's homepage is "Department of Computer Science", so clearly that is the name we should use. It is mentioned that the name have been debated. Is that a generel Danish-English translation debate (1), or is it specific to DIKU (2)? In the (1) case we should definently remove it, in the (2) case we might keep a note further down in the article.
I am just going to remove the fact that computer science shares links with mathematics. The discussion or statement of that fact belongs in the article about computer science.
Thue 21:17, 18 Sep 2003 (UTC)
On January 15, 2006, user:Ceyockey recommended merging Bioinformatics Centre, a department in the University of Copenhagen Faculty of Science back with the main page. I decided to nominate merging all the other sub-departments back into the main article, as they are all stubs, and none of them, with the possible exception of the Niels Bohr institute, assert independent notability. They also don't have any incoming links except from the University of Copenhangen wiki articles. The only comment was from the author of the pages, who objected. I don't really care enough to force the issue, so I'm going to remove all the merge tags and let someone else deal with it in the future if someone comes along who cares more than I do. Thatcher131 21:05, 20 February 2006 (UTC)
Is DIKU associated with the "diku-type" online game? Wdarkk 00:48, 5 January 2007 (UTC)
- Yea, diku mud originated at diku, as the article states.--Per Abrahamsen 10:43, 6 January 2007 (UTC)
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