User talk:FDominec

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Wikiproject Electronics collaboration[edit]

Hi, I am writing to you because you have listed yourself as a member of the Electronics WikiProject. Sadly, this project is pretty dead, but I propose to resuscitate it with a collaboration. The idea is to have a concerted effort on improving one article per month, hopefully to GA or FA status and nominate the very best of them for the front page. I have prepared a page to control this process at Wikipedia:WikiProject Electronics/Collaboration (actually, I mostly shamelessly stole it from Wikipedia:WikiProject Mammals where a collaboration of this sort was succesfully run). There you can make nominations for articles for collaboration or comment on the nominations of others.

If you want to take part you might like to place this template {{WikiProject Electronics Collaboration}} on your userpage which will give you a link to the current collaboration. If you are no longer interested in Wikiproject Electronics, please remove yourself from the members list, which is now at Wikipedia:WikiProject Electronics/Members

Thanks for listening, SpinningSpark 15:26, 23 November 2008 (UTC)

Hi, I would like to contribute as much as possible regarding my time resources. Now I am occasionally writing a czech textbook of electronics (http://cs.wikibooks.org/wiki/Praktická_elektronika), so at first I can find out which contents to translate and share. --FDominec (talk) 07:39, 21 April 2009 (UTC)

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Spatial dispersion[edit]

Hi FDominec, in case you didn't see my ping, I finally got around to starting the spatial dispersion article. It would be great if you could help out as you seem to be an expert. Cheers, --Nanite (talk) 12:52, 6 December 2015 (UTC)

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