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|WikiProject Computing||(Rated Template-class)|
External links in a list of topics in a navbox? That doesn't seem right, though I can't find anything in WP:CLN or WP:NAVBOX that explicitly deprecates them. Any other opinions? Letdorf (talk) 12:43, 25 November 2008 (UTC).
- yeah! rm them!
I think was thinking of removing them at the first place. But then again they are not a lot of links on the list. I categorize them into 2 subgroups, because it seems a bit messy. --Ramu50 (talk) 17:40, 25 November 2008 (UTC)
- what do you mean? there are enough links in this tempalte. there are template with lesser links!
Changes to this template
On 3 September 2009, I madeto this template with an edit summary of "I found the previous version very confusing, so I cleaned & simplified it (imo). Revert if you want, but if you do, plz explain why in the talk."
On 27 September 2009, the anon IP User:188.8.131.52 (a known sock puppet of User:Ramu50) (note that Ramu50 is indefinitely blocked for edit warring over templates: see ) with an edit summary of "Do not revert edits that have already been reviewed and agreed by consensus under Template talk:Application frameworks."
I've looked at that page, and I don't see any kind of discussion or consensus there about the ECMAScript template. And anyhow, discussion like that should take place here, not there. Based on the lack of discussion there (a false claim by the editor), the lack of discussion here (despite my request), and the edit/block history of Ramu50, I'm reverting it back. If there's a reason others like the old version better (as I said, I found it very confusing), please make your case here so we can discuss it. Dori ❦ (Talk ❖ Contribs ❖ Review) ❦ 20:03, 28 September 2009 (UTC)
This should be merged with the JS template. In the industry, they are basically synonymous. The only significant is that ECMAScript refers to standardizations (e.g. ES3, ES5, ES6). Microsoft no longer uses JScript on describe Browser implementation of their JS () --Voidvector (talk) 07:40, 24 May 2013 (UTC)