User talk:Ftiercel

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Hello, Ftiercel, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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Tora and Qt[edit]

Hi. I removed the tora link from the Qt article previously, because I don't think it was wellknown enough. The list of application is only a short list of the most popular applications known to use Qt, not a complete list of all Qt-applications. Please tell my why Tora qualifies? Carewolf 11:04, 10 August 2007 (UTC)

Well, I think that TOra is more wellknown than programs like Opera or Scribus but perhaps I'm wrong. Ftiercel 14:16, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
Ok, I will not remove it again soon. I have never heard of it, but that doesn't prove anything. Carewolf 20:31, 10 August 2007 (UTC)

Poker face[edit]

We cannot use youtube as a reference beacuse if copyright wiolations. Please read WP:RS for more info. If you can find a reliable source for adding the info, go ahead. Regards --Legolas!! (talktome) 05:01, 19 February 2009 (UTC)

Thanks ! I have changed the link :) Ftiercel (talk) 05:43, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
Again i removed your sample becuase blogs are again not reliable sources. Hence unacceptable. --Legolas!! (talktome) 09:15, 19 February 2009 (UTC)
Not necessarily. But the source you used isn't reliable, no info there stating "Poker Face" has some elements that are sampled. If its true, its also an original research. We need to find a reliable source that confirms it. --Efe (talk) 12:29, 20 February 2009 (UTC)

Nice page[edit]

Hi. Nice Comparison of speech synthesizers page. Could you consider adding Japplis Speech to your page? Thanks, Anthony (talk) 12:47, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

list of optical character recognition software[edit]

I see that in 2009 you copied the section OCR software into its own article. When doing so, it is important to link to the source page's history, like this; if the source page contains any copyrightable information or original content, this is required for compliance purposes. For more information, please see Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia. Thank you.
Bwrs (talk) 16:44, 9 January 2010 (UTC)

OK. Ftiercel (talk) 10:17, 10 January 2010 (UTC)

November 2013[edit]

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Hey there! Saw you added a lot of Audiotool tracks onto Wikipedia as examples. That's really cool, keep up whatcha doing! :D Thanks for the contribution on my overly-abandoned Wikia wiki, too! Cheers! Potasmic (talk) 15:12, 6 March 2015 (UTC)

The next step is that other people also add tracks on Wikipedia. However, Audiotool is lacking fidget house, eurodance, uk hard house, hard trance, NRG and breakbeat hardcore... Ftiercel (talk) 18:53, 6 March 2015 (UTC)

Ishkur's Guide[edit]

Hi Ftiercel. Thanks for the work you have been doing on electronic music articles. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but Ishkur's Guide to Electronic Music went to Wikipedia:Reliable sources/Noticeboard and it was decided that it was not a reliable source and was removed. I cannot find the link at the moment, but you might want to know this before you add it to any more electronic music articles. I will look out the link when I have more time. All the best.--SabreBD (talk) 19:51, 21 March 2015 (UTC)

Progressive house[edit]

Hi there. Why did you remove the samples from this article and replace them with unknown artists? Don't you think it would of been better to have a discussion about it first? - Shiftchange (talk) 06:18, 21 May 2015 (UTC)

@Shiftchange: Hi. Non-free content should only be used when they can't be replaced by open content. Those three tracks are CC-BY-SA-3.0 and can be included in a 100% free-licenced version of Wikipedia (and on Wikipedia in another language too). They don't need to be notable as they are not a subject of an article and they help to understand the subject. Morever, they also can be modified using their source project. Ftiercel (talk) 19:25, 21 May 2015 (UTC)
I would suggest the new songs do not have the same effect. They aren't equivalent. They are poor examples. They aren't representative. I would also suggest the hysteria with using a small audio clip for song samples is beyond a joke. The ridiculously small image size for game screenshots is another example. The article conveys much less meaning now for no good reason. It would be better if editors stood up for fair use and helped suppress copyright. - Shiftchange (talk) 09:37, 22 May 2015 (UTC)
I barely understand your english. Do you want to say "I would suggest" or "I would say"? What do you mean by "the ridiculously small image size for game screenshots"? I don't understand "the hysteria with using a small audio clip for song samples is beyond a joke". Also, "it would of been" is not a correct english term. "it would have been" is a correct one. Can you reiterate what you said? Ftiercel (talk) 07:00, 23 May 2015 (UTC)

List of uploaded works[edit]

Hey Ftiercel,

I'd be really great if you have a list of tracks on Audiotool you've uploaded here. I'd like to include some onto my Userpage. Cheers, Potasmic (talk) 21:39, 19 August 2015 (UTC)

Hi. Here is the list:
Ftiercel (talk) 13:03, 23 August 2015 (UTC)
thank you! That is quite harsh on your talk page haha. I'll move it to a page under your user page if you're fine with that! Potasmic (talk) 16:53, 23 August 2015 (UTC)

Your content in Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision museum exhibition[edit]

Good afternoon,

My name is Lotte Baltussen, and I work at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. We are the archive of Dutch public broadcasters and hold many other types of audiovisual heritage as well. We have recently opened our new exhibition "3FM Presents: Your Serious Radio", which looks back at the last 50 years of pop music on the radio.

One of the interactives of our exhibition is a videomapping installation that depicts a teen room. When visitors enter the exhibition, they provide information that builds up their profile: their year of birth, gender and the favourite radio show, song, musical genre from their teens. This information is used to recreate their teen room; a sparse white space with 25 different elements such as a white bed, desk, and couch that are projected upon when a visitor activates his or her profile. We've divided the teen room into 10 time periods: 1965-1969, 1970-1974 and so forth.

In creating the videomapping, we have used countless free to use images, textures and patterns, among which is your Hardcore symbol upload. We'd like to thank you very much for making your content available and thus making it possible us to use it. You can find a complete overview of the content used here, a blog post about the whole process here and pictures of the videomapping here, so you can see your content in action.

Thanks again!

All best,

Lotte Belice (talk) 11:22, 8 October 2015 (UTC)

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Should "Comparison of Unified Modeling Language tools" be the "default" page instead of "List of Unified Modeling Language tools"?[edit]

Greetings, you moved the page "List of Unified Modeling Language tools" and you gave the following reason for that move: "A comparison is more useful than a list", I agree with you. I read that here. Anyway the comparison redirects to the list and I believe it could be better if the list redirects to the comparison, I did not change the page to ask for your opinion about that. What do you think about that? Regards Jacobubus (talk) 19:40, 13 December 2015 (UTC)

I agree with you. Every comparison pages are formatted this way. I have never understood why is was called "list". It's sortable by criteria. Ftiercel (talk) 19:01, 14 December 2015 (UTC)