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Captain of The Arabs[edit]

Wassalam! Hey man, great article. Just a thought. What about changing the name of your article to Kapitan Arab, in line with Kapitan Cina and Kapitan Keling? These articles should have the same format given their common history and similarity of function.

Thoughts, anyone else?

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Abdoelalkadri (talk) 15:10, 11 May 2015 (UTC)

Abdoelalkadri, this is a discussion for the Talk page, not user pages. If you want more help, stop by the Teahouse, the IRC channel, or the help desk to ask someone for assistance. Primefac (talk) 15:18, 11 May 2015 (UTC)
Abdoelalkadri, the entry "Kapitan Arab" is listed in entry Capitan which links to "Captain of the arabs"
Buhadram (talk) 17:15, 13 May 2015 (UTC)

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Deletion of questionable paragraph Muhammad Rizieq Shihab[edit]

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Samaun Samadikun[edit]

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Creating stubs[edit]

If you start a stub it will be speedily deleted if you start them the way you do.

For a start - WP:N, WP:RS, WP:CITE, WP:V - you need to read them - actualy read articles about other compatriots of Einstein and see what makes a good stub: - you need categories, you need project tags, you need refs/cites

otherwise for all we know you might be creating hoax or fake stubs - Peter Gabriel Bergmann - there is nothing there that can help anyone to know what you are up to.

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Procol Harum[edit]

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Cipanas[edit]

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Sultanate of Gowa[edit]

I see you working on this - the article could use some dates to show about when all this was and perhaps how it links to the information on the page about Goa? ☕ Antiqueight chatter 17:29, 3 March 2016 (UTC)

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CHIP: SoC, SiP, R8, GR8[edit]

Thanks for enriching the CHIP (computer) page! I find these statements can cause confusion.

  • "it would release another SoC board called CHIP Pro"
  • "built around the application processor R8"
  • "uses the newer version of the SoC chip called GR8. GR8 is a System in Package (SiP) that..."

It appears to me that the first sentence is a typo for "it would release another SiP board called CHIP Pro." Is this correct? I cannot imagine SoC as a qualifier for a board. Even "SiP board" does not seem meaningful. Maybe we should drop the qualifier completely? (Or change sentence structure so SoC/SiP does not go to qualify a board.)

The phrase "application processor" in the second fragment would be a good candidate to be replaced with "SoC chip".

The third fragment can cause the most confusion, as the first part qualifies GR8 as SoC, then the second part qualifies it as SiP. I believe that GR8 is best qualified as the latter. So it would be better to drop qualifiers in the first part and simply state "uses a newer version of the R8 called GR8."

Do you think this makes sense?

Sillyvalley (talk) 07:40, 30 November 2016 (UTC)