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HOSTS file redirect?
Hello: Do you know anything about the reasoning behind the redirect for HOSTS file and HOST file ? I noticed you were one of the editors during/before the redirect, and everywhere I've seen it referred to as a "HOSTS" file, (though it's not case sensitive). And was just interested in why it redirects to host file. --R00ted
- The HOST file -> host file is automatic. As for the other one, I had just assumed that host file was the correct location for the purposes of my edit (which was to prevent a redirect leading to another redirect). I can see where you're coming from as I've mainly heard it referred to that as well, although I suppose that might be to do with the naming in the Windows OS. Perhaps you could raise it on the talk page and see if you get a response, although it looks like someone has already asked about it.
- Also, please sign your posts on talk pages if possible. I've added it to your post myself if that's ok. — blobglob talk 19:25, 21 November 2005 (UTC)
You have to admit, my "vandalism" was pretty good. Most people just do stupid shit like replacing pictures of things with dicks or clear everything. I did something original, and i feel i should be commended on that. Signed by the Guess Who guy.
Allegations of sock puppetry on the Center for Science in the Public Interest page
Allegations of sock puppetry have been made against some of the accounts that have edited the Center for Science in the Public Interest page. I have instigated the wiki process for handling such allegations. See Wikipedia:Suspected sock puppets/David Justin. As someone who has contributed to the CSPI page, please add your views to the Comments section. You have up to 10 days to make comments on the allegation. Nunquam Dormio 18:41, 9 September 2006 (UTC)
Lois and Clark listed at Redirects for discussion
An editor has asked for a discussion to address the redirect Lois and Clark. Since you had some involvement with the Lois and Clark redirect, you might want to participate in the redirect discussion (if you have not already done so). --George Ho (talk) 05:45, 2 February 2012 (UTC)