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Trusted Computing Group
Hello, recently you've added enormous sections on the Trusted Computing article without consulting the community of Wikipedia or talking on the discussion page regarding your entries. As in, in the last day or two and you've completely erased my article in it on the criticisms of Trusted Computer and replaced it with "disputed issues" completely disregarding the Free Software Foundation's views on the issue and on the issue of the fact that some alledge that a Trusted Computer is not a Universal computer.
Thank you, --Mofomojo 06:17, 27 September 2006 (UTC)
- 1) you should check the talk page more often
- 2) you can 'erase' my "enormous" contribution if you wish as long as you add a link to the list of the TCG members
- 3) 'your' article ? this is wikipedia , you're not writing a book on your own .
- 4) a Universal computer does not exist in practice , because every computer has a finite amount of ram
- 5) i didn't delete the universal computer section ,you added it .
- 6) what were your old contributions to the TC article ? i can't find them in http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Special:Contributions&limit=500&target=Mofomojo
Dbiagioli 15:39, 27 September 2006 (UTC)