- 1 September 2008
- 2 Soory to have reverted you
- 3 IEEE 802.3 edit
- 4 Wikimedia Commons
- 5 Welcome!
- 6 File source problem with File:Acid3 Epiphany2.26.1.png
- 7 Fair use rationale for File:Acid3 Firefox3.0.14.png
- 8 Possibly unfree File:Acid3detailMidori0.1.9.png
- 9 Possibly unfree File:Acid3detailSafari4.png
- 10 Object models and application virtual machines
- 11 RE: late reply
- 12 Speedy deletion nomination of CopSSH
- 13 Disambiguation link notification for April 4
- 14 Reference errors on 9 August
- 15 ArbCom elections are now open!
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Soory to have reverted you
I am sorry I had to revert your edits on the Comparison of CAD software page. You obviously misinterpreted the CAD meaning of that page, which is exclusivly devoted to technical design and added softwares that did not target that area ( artistic design, FEM, EDA ... ). I first wanted to filter out these software, but checking the different softwares you added it appeared many links to other wikipedia articles were simply broken, or pointed to articles that were not the software. It would have be too much work to filter all that out.
I propose you re study your contribution by filtering only software elligible to that particular page, and by checking all links ( internet, other wiki articles.
I do agree that most of the sofwtare you added are very interesting and should be documented in articles of wikipedia, but that is simply not the right article. I would be glad to help in adding them in the right place, or to create appropriate list or comparison for them.
ps: do not add pre alpha software like blender CAD. it's just far too early as we don't even know if the project will conclude. ( i added a new vertion with the same content as the one previous you last changes. historic is not lost ) --Dwarfpower (talk) 12:44, 27 September 2008 (UTC)
IEEE 802.3 edit
On September 11, 2008 you edited the page IEEE 802.3 with the text
Ethernet II miss the Length field. IEEE defines a 802.3 standard where Type field is replaced by Length, and an 802.2 LLC header follows with the Type field. Most of the frame around are Ethernet II also on 2008.
Two of these three sentences are not gramatically valid sentences in english (the first and last). Do you think you could change them to make them more clear? I would do it myself, but I don't actually understand what the intended meaning was. My best guess is:
- (sentence 1) Ethernet II is a modification of Ethernet DIX which does not have the Length field - (sentence 3) As of 2008, most Ethernet implementations use Ethernet II
But I could be way off.
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File source problem with File:Acid3 Epiphany2.26.1.png
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Fair use rationale for File:Acid3 Firefox3.0.14.png
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Object models and application virtual machines
I don't know what you mean when you ask "can you explain me the difference in object model links you removed and the object model used in "application virtual machines"?" There is no object model, in the sense of COM or CORBA or DCOM or..., in most, if not all, application virtual machines. The Common Language Infrastructure is not an object model in that sense. Guy Harris (talk) 18:53, 25 July 2010 (UTC)
- Can different managed languages, in fact, use objects defined in other managed languages? (Citation needed). Guy Harris (talk) 06:44, 26 July 2010 (UTC)
- If this is CLI-specific, then the CLI-specific links only belong in the Comparison of application virtual machines page if that page has "supports a common object model for all languages" as an item, and the links for other object models, e.g. CORBA, don't belong there unless there's an application virtual machine that directly implements that object model - and, in both cases, the link would belong in, say, an "object models supported" column, not in "See also". Guy Harris (talk) 01:47, 27 July 2010 (UTC)
- (Also, the Committee for the Liberation of Iraq and the Caribbean Law Institute aren't particularly relevant to that. If you want a reference to the "CLI" to be a link, use a piped link to the Common Language Infrastructure page, not a link to the dab page. :-)) Guy Harris (talk) 01:49, 27 July 2010 (UTC)
RE: late reply
When I wrote that you were updating Mobile operating system@ #Feature_phone_operating_systems which was staring to get out of control back then. Too many irrelevant categories had been added and I was suggesting that we should do a bit of cleaning by removing some of them. Then you filled in one of these categories and I wondered what your opinion on this was. Please reply at (need to improve at hyperlinking on wikipedia).
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