|WikiProject Computing / Software||(Rated Start-class)|
|WikiProject Free Software / Software / Computing||(Rated Start-class, Low-importance)|
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Regarding Gwern's concerns, I don't know of any intentional excluding of Anki, but if you click on the Spaced repetition wikilink, Anki is certainly well-mentioned. —Notyourbroom (talk) 19:50, 15 August 2009 (UTC)
- Well, it's just that Anki is the most direct competitor with Mnemosyne, and it's a very instructive comparison (it seems that many features lacking in Mnemosyne are to be found in Anki and so on). Seemed odd. --Gwern (contribs) 13:34 14 September 2009 (GMT)
size of file
In the information it says that its 3.4 Mo. I thought That somebody just meant Mb but it turns out its 6.4 Mb for windows anyway.--tumaru 18:26, 2 February 2011 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Tumaru (talk • contribs)
In the lead section of this article, which serves as an introduction to the article and a summary of its most important aspects, it says: "The software is similar to SuperMemo, commercial software developed by Piotr Wozniak." I think it's debatable whether that sentence should be included in the article (the See also section already has a link to List of flashcard software) and especially whether the sentence should be included in the lead section. The lead of Anki (software) says something similar: "The software is similar to SuperMemo, a commercial product for the same purpose, and Mnemosyne, another free flashcard program." So does the lead of OpenCards: "The software is similar to SuperMemo, Anki or Mnemosyne." What is the point of those sentences, are we trying to point out that other flashcard software exists? If so, why can't we say "Other flashcard software exists. Or do we specifically want to mention the proprietary SuperMemo in all those article and, if so, why? Is it really one of the software's most important aspects, that similar software exists? This is the first paragraph of this article: "Mnemosyne (named for the Greek goddess of memory, Mnemosyne) is spaced repetition software developed from 2003 until the present. The software is similar to SuperMemo, commercial software developed by Piotr Wozniak." First we say it's spaced repetition software, and then immediately after that - still in the first paragraph - we start linking to SuperMemo and mentioning who developed that software. It's weird. --188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:58, 5 August 2013 (UTC)
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