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What a nice face. --Hans Haase (talk) 20:36, 14 January 2013 (UTC)

Ohhh he has no face anymore but he always acts in disguise I can tell you that for nothing.--84.159.235.154 (talk) 01:33, 27 January 2013 (UTC)

Gustl Mollath‎[edit]

Please do not use primary sources for information on BLP's as it is a violation of policy. Darkness Shines (talk) 17:53, 15 January 2013 (UTC)

What part of WP:PRIMARY & WP:BLP do you not understand? Darkness Shines (talk) 22:05, 15 January 2013 (UTC)

I am sorry of misunderstanding WP:PRIMARY as a nonreviewed source, but I refered a SECONDARY source. The Bank has created the report an gave it to the people from the TV magazine. So they have reviewed it by their TV report in the magazine and pubished it. This is not a blog. This is the Broadcast stations website. So we have a 2nd source: created by one and reviewed by others who did research in the case. The researchers have published it. So we meet the WP policies. The WP:BLP is also not affected. Everything can be found in the newspapers. Mollath himself talks to the public to have them know the case and his situation. Simply read the German artice with a translator e.g. google. And if you don't trust, read the references with the translator. The German article is blocked for 2 weeks due WR:WAR. We have some lobbyism or involved editors who do not contribute, but just delete. If everyrhing in Germany were done well, we would not have this article. I am not focusing on a special issue or point of view. I am just collecting the information in the arricle. --Hans Haase (talk) 22:26, 15 January 2013 (UTC)

A secondary source is a source that reviews a primary source, not the primary source after the review. A primary source does not become a secondary source by being reviewed, ie., the fact that someone else reviewed a source does not give you the right to make your own judgement of the primary source and add it to wikipedia as a fact with the primary source as citiation. You lack a basic understanding of important concepts. It is completely obvious that you have a point of view on these matters and are adding respective bias to the article. --rtc ([[User

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We lack the concept that the structure of this concepts follows only one main target. How to avoid to get important informations in the article by using the so called POV rules in a very well used rabulistic manner with a dremendous amount of Chuzpe.--84.159.235.154 (talk) 01:37, 27 January 2013 (UTC)

Coordinates at Continuous-flow intersection[edit]

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New message[edit]


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Article Feedback deployment[edit]

Hey Hans Haase; I'm dropping you this note because you've used the article feedback tool in the last month or so. On Thursday and Friday the tool will be down for a major deployment; it should be up by Saturday, failing anything going wrong, and by Monday if something does :). Thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 22:32, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

Your changes to 3-way junction[edit]

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Changes to Seagull intersection[edit]

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CFI / Continuous Green T hybrid in Accokeek, Maryland[edit]

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Identify Y, partial Y, U-turn hybrid interchange[edit]

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Identify Mannheim, Germany intersections[edit]

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Inverted SPUI[edit]

Great catch on the inverted SPUI, Hans! --Chaswmsday (talk) 09:50, 20 October 2013 (UTC)

Yes indeed! Great graphic. Cheers!
— | Gareth Griffith-Jones | The Welsh Buzzard | — 13:20, 20 October 2013 (UTC)
Thank you so much, Chaswmsday and Gareth Griffith-Jones. The (non inverted SPUI) can be found in several countries. What do you think about collecting some data? --Hans Haase (talk) 20:40, 20 October 2013 (UTC)

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Non-Autobahn German SPUIs[edit]

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Compact Cassette[edit]

I understand fully on your statement, and I apologise for wasting your time, and ruining yours and others work on the Compact Cassette page. Best wishes and kind regards Joe Vitale 5 (talk) 12:24, 3 June 2014 (UTC)

Copyright issues[edit]

Sorry, for my stupidity, I've listened and learned from your advice thank you. Best wishes and kind regards Joe Vitale 5 (talk) 03:13, 8 June 2014 (UTC)

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24.87.69.125[edit]

Hallo, Hans. Man könnte näher sein, als Sie die Wahrheit über 24.87.69.125 zu realisieren. Es wäre für meine Beschäftigung gefährlich sein, wenn ich zeigen deutlicher Detail, aber die Automobil Vorschläge in TPP alles, um zu sehen, warum ein Stratege in einem Unternehmenskonsortium mit starken finanziellen Beteiligung an dem Vertrag könnte die Bearbeitung Wikipedia enthalten. Ich wünsche Ihnen viel Glück. Ich möchte Ihnen helfen, aber ich muss das Wohl meiner Familie zu betrachten. Manche Dinge sind am besten unberührt, zum Besseren oder Schlechteren. Tchuß! -Honni 178.62.68.199 (talk) 22:21, 23 November 2014 (UTC)

Thank you. When I look back into history, a hidden or created truth always had no long life. The simple try to support it, paid out quickly, but on the long term it always had a huge price to pay. Often it have been prices, unpaiable and uncompareable with money. I already paid such a price. There's no fear animore. If you are afraid, would it not be better to use an account w/o email to to require a 3rd party to know about you? --Hans Haase (talk) 22:46, 23 November 2014 (UTC)

Hey, thanks Jack Rabbit[edit]

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for your help at the computing ref desk μηδείς (talk) 20:35, 27 November 2014 (UTC)

No response?[edit]

Achtung! Meldet sich nicht! Hans Haase, das ist geprüft von ERDOR für Wiesenhütten mit Blaurauchaufzugbereich. Kfz-beleuchtung dabei, damit zulässig im StVZO, ja? Ja, genau, p.e. TU-Ingolstadt, usw. Alles klar, aber nächste Dinge (und nächste, und nächste...) sowie Dokumenthalter uber Kenneplatz oder startet schau Doppellässigsmesser drei fuerwehr stoßfest. Grünwurst nur im Nordamerika ist; dieser fahrt sind nur Blinklichter OHNE Blitz im Europa, silberkopf! 178.62.2.53 (talk) 08:13, 1 December 2014 (UTC)

Hi, thanks for the mesasge, I did not get correctly. So please come up in english or your native or mother language, giving me a chance to get every wort right. --Hans Haase (talk) 14:59, 1 December 2014 (UTC)
Hallo, deutsch mein muttersprache ist! Nach „100 Jahre Hella“ (Seiten 143-144), KFZ-Bremslichter rot sind, und Blinker rotgelb sind in aller Welt offnen aber nicht nach noch glücklich Mexiko, USA, und Kanada (aller Rot da sind). Warum? Wie die Legende hält: missverstanden kein Zentimeter betreff am Getranksmittel, Teig- und Rauchvergnügen kann nicht zum Öffnen der Fischotter Nest unter betrieblichen (mit Unternehmen Austattung schneidung). Über den Seitenmarkierungsleuchten auf diesen Oldsmobile: nicht vergessen, dass nicht, diese Taste Patent zweimal bündig mit den separaten Birnen drücken. Regelungen verantwortlich Geräusch gemacht werden. Es ist zu beachten getönnt oder gestünkiert, dass nordamerikanische Spezifikationen sind wie Winkelmesser, während die EU-Vorschriften mehr mit einem Meißel ausgerichtet werden…nein? Ja, wie Aufzug schlechtfehler. Es ist der Unterschied in der Regelungsphilosophie, im Grunde. Es kann gesagt werden, dass man sich überprivilegiert pflegt und der andere süchtig, aber nur, wenn wir uns entmündigen Radmuttern der Yodler am Mittwoch. Fern sei, es von jemand anders tödlich Klabenräder! Und wo Wikipedia was wen das denn? Kühlerriemen treffer knecht mit dunkeltechnik! Und sowie alles neuerlich klar natürlich auch. 178.62.68.194 (talk) 05:22, 3 December 2014 (UTC)

mobo issue[edit]

thanks for your help its very helpful — Preceding unsigned comment added by 219.94.83.162 (talk) 01:19, 15 December 2014 (UTC)

pc issue[edit]

thanks u so much.i"ve find the culprit.its the green cord of the psu is somehow connected to ground.your info is so helpful.219.94.83.162 (talk) 02:51, 17 December 2014 (UTC)

Thank you for feedback. I wrote much about pc power supplies. The German article de:PC-Netzteil got several sections out of my hand. I am not really familiar with south east Asian languages. It would be a pleasure if somebody could do a little translation work inside the Wikipedia. Most of the sources are in English language. Google translator and Wikipedia language interlinks help to understand what details the article is about. I must admit, I am in touch with repairing computer equipment. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 15:58, 17 December 2014 (UTC)

Hosting English Wikipedia for a group of Users[edit]

@Hans Haase:No.I'm taking about the memory limit in MediaWiki for uploading(MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE in MediWiki).Also 'Wikipedia Zero' is an mobile application.I'm really asking about an software used in computer to allow a group of users access the wikipedia in a network.I have asked this question previously at :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Reference_desk/Archives/Computing/2014_December_10#Hosting_English_Wikipedia_in_College.

Could you tell me is there any constraint in uploading a 10GB file(after uncompressing 40GB) into MediaWiki.Is there any other software that might be good to host an English Wikipedia for a group of users.I know about XOWA but using it individually might be good but when it comes to a group of users the addon(firefox) it provides doesn't work and the http connection is slow too.JUSTIN JOHNS (talk) 04:33, 17 December 2014 (UTC)

I have no personal experience with XOWA. I want you to know the projects I heard from. I assume such copy of the WP are made for reading only. Filezilla is able to resume interrupted Downloads and I guess, uploads, too. RAR and 7zip can spilt archived into files of predefined size. The 1st image is the big download. Later, the difference file, called image update can be applied. This is like incremental or differential backup. If the unzipped Dump is in plain text, it might be split up im smaller parts. I'm still looking for and FTP server, https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Mirroring_Wikimedia_project_XML_dumps --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 10:32, 18 December 2014 (UTC)

Sorry to say but I have the dump file(10GB) with me.I would like to know if there is any software that can host a Wikipedia on a server and that could be accessed by a group of users(students).Are you confident that you could host Wikipedia using the software MediaWiki without any problem?JUSTIN JOHNS (talk) 04:38, 19 December 2014 (UTC)

Ok, I see it is getting more detailled. I will try to find a solutition for it. What are your ressources to to host an access the copy? What are the reasons for hosting it? Is the internet access too slow or too expensive? Do some of the users try to vandalize the project to give them an offline copy only? --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 18:40, 19 December 2014 (UTC)

I think you're mistaken with the context of what we would like to implement.We would like to have an offline copy of wikipedia since at times of Lab sessions(practicals) there's a chance of people surfing the internet to look the answers for the questions(assigments) provided at the lab session which is restricted according to College rules.That's why our professor suggested an idea of hosting an offline wikipedia through a network(might be through any port) when he found that I was using an offline copy of wikipedia(XOWA).But as I suggested earlier I don't think it's reliable to host wikipedia through XOWA.That's why I would like to know is there any other method to host it?(Answer for do some of the users try to vandalize...........? and Answer for reasons for hosting it?)

Resources to host an copy at present:

  • 10GB wikipedia dump file
  • computer nerwork in college(LAN,internet,ethernet cable etc)

Internet access is not two slow and there's no expense in using the internet.JUSTIN JOHNS (talk) 04:43, 20 December 2014 (UTC)

Ok, I asked the question in the German project. The answers are: XOWA ist the most recent project. The last WP:DVD is from 2008 and obsolete. Kiwix is in use in Africa at locations without internet access and Wikipedia »on an stick«. A summary is on de:WP:Offline. Use Google Translator to see this in your language. XOWA allows editing the pages. But, the changes will be removed then the newer copy replaces the local project. XOWA oder Kiwix will be your choice. I have to setup another computer. I will have 1 TB of disk space. I will test this to provide a little support. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 19:41, 20 December 2014 (UTC)

Thanks for your support.I'll keep on looking for your testing.That surely will give a hand for our project.JUSTIN JOHNS (talk) 05:04, 22 December 2014 (UTC)

Ok, I got more information about. Searching for a solution guided me to Kiwix, which is a browser for the ZIM (file format). On http://www.openzim.org/wiki/Main_Page are more readers avail. A single download of Kiwix software only is a tar.bz file, for Windows there's an installer or may be a zip file. When starting a executable program in the unzipped archive, Kiwix creates a hidden folder "www.kiwix.org" in the "Application data" folder. It may appear when changeing the folder options to display hidden files and run %APPDATA%. Since Win Vista in the "Application data" folder, theres a folder named "Roaming". Here you will find the Kiwix data and settings. I looks very similar to Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird. In Windows I will test it. In Linux, in your home folderm there's a hidden folder ".www.kiwix.org" created. inside this, there is a folger "kiwix" which contains a random generated profile name. Inside each profile, you should have only one, is a folder "data". It contains a structure of content an index and library. In the settings it should be possible, to move the content to a network share. When done, move the content into the network share. Start Kiwix again. Open all libs to see if they are working. Try to restict the access to the share to read only for readers. Rollout the the kiwix profile into the readers user profiles. It is possible to move downloaded files into this folder when no files are overwritten. Interwiki links will open a new webbrowser window. When downloading Kiwix with Wikipedia, everything should be done. When downloading Kiwix only, I offers you to load ZIMs. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 13:17, 22 December 2014 (UTC)

Could you tell me is there any constraint in uploading a 10GB file(after uncompressing 40GB) into MediaWiki.Is there any other software that might be good to host an English Wikipedia for a group of users.I know about XOWA but using it individually might be good but when it comes to a group of users the addon(firefox) it provides doesn't work and the http connection is slow too.JUSTIN JOHNS (talk) 04:35, 5 January 2015 (UTC)

Template:PING, is there a reason you use XOWA? --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 11:02, 5 January 2015 (UTC)

Sorry for replying too late.Regarding XOWA I'm using it because it provides wikipedia offline.But when it come to a group of users they(XOWA) haven't supported yet know.That's why I would like to use a software that the orginal wikipedia site uses which is MediaWiki.But as I have replied earlier I'm not sure how much memory it(MediaWiki) supports to host the offline wikipedia.I would like to know is there any other tool that speeds up the import of Wikipedia dump(10 GB) into the database used.JUSTIN JOHNS (talk) 10:47, 28 January 2015 (UTC)

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Hallo[edit]

Ich hab keinen Kondensator, das ist es ja. Die Relaisschaltung schwingt, weil sich das Relais seinen eigenen Strom abschnürt, wenn es schließt. Die Frage ist, warum das gleiche beim Transistor nicht geht. PS Das Fahhradbeispiel, ist das nicht Mitkopplung (man tritt "in Phase" mit der Richtung, in die sich die Pedale ohnehin schon drehen)? Asmrulz (talk) 11:32, 5 December 2015 (UTC)

As a relay completely turns off and has mechanical inertial mass that shifts the delay for oscillating. A transistor, see its meaning as transfer resistor, can be used as a switch but, it is also working analog as a the volume control on Your stereo. This makes the transistor stay in a definend condition like a voltage regulator. Transistors had a long time the problem not to reach the low resistor value of a switch or relay when turned on. But that is history. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 11:44, 5 December 2015 (UTC)
Thanks. Sorry I wrote in German, I thought you were German and it'd help if I explained what I meant in German Asmrulz (talk) 14:08, 5 December 2015 (UTC)
Never mind, I got it without any translator ;-) --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 15:31, 5 December 2015 (UTC)

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And now for 2016[edit]

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A view of Lake Bondhus in Norway, and in the background of the Bondhus Glacier, part of the Folgefonna Glacier.
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WP:RFPI Request complete[edit]

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Fondue[edit]

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Yes, I have done uploading file.[edit]

Disassembled 80mm fan sleeve bearing.
Flex-ATX Mainboard modell: GA-A75M-DS2, as the resolution of Your picture is lower or less visible, please have me the exact modell number of Your mainboard, possible hidden by the additional graphic card or between RAM and chipset, to make me google for further picures.

Now you can help me. Sorry for making you wait for long time. sahil shrestha 01:48, 18 May 2016 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sahil shrestha (talkcontribs)

Sahil shrestha, here is what You can do, but be sure, You are doing it on You own risk. In case of doubt, contact friend wo did so before. I need some detailed information, see below:
  1. The bearing of the CPU fanmotor is opend and my catch humidity and dirt. As a result of a bad lubrication, the fan motor does not operate in full speed. Clean and relubricate the bearing.
  2. Is the CPU installed correctly, clean and with thermal transfer paste?[1] What the video dies not show, is how to remove air form the paste. Another try is this.[2] Just the care, there is no dust or dirt.
  3. The chipset heatsink labeled "GIGABYTE" is passive. The chip below might have a naked silicium wafer. Be careful not the crack it, is ts like .
    1. Check the thermal transfer paste between chip and heatsink. Use hairdryer to heatup for when removing or fixing current seat.
    2. Check constant pressure of the assembly spring.
  4. Level the alloy fins to the CPU heatsink to guide more airflow from the CPU fan into the chipset heatsink.
  5. The sample picure of a mainboard, I uploaded longer time ago, shows a mainboard modell "GA-A75M-DS2" from same manufacturer. As the resolution of Your picture is lower or less visible, please have me the exact modell number of Your mainboard, possible hidden by the additional graphic card, to make me google for further picures. It should begin with prefix "GA-".
  6. Please have me more information about the Power supply. It might be important for reliable system performance. Manufacturer, R-Number, modell and on the seal You find a manufacturing date. No not open! Such PSU contain hazardous voltage from power grid, wven wenn disconnected, the capacitors might remain charged. If the bleedresistors work propperly, within an hour the capactors should have reached an non-hazardous voltage.
--Hans Haase (有问题吗) 12:51, 19 May 2016 (UTC)

Here's required information[edit]

Mainboard model is 'GIGABYTE GA-G41MT-S2' and model of power supply is 'ATX-450W P4 (20+4pin,SATA).  — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sahil shrestha (talkcontribs) 01:45, 28 May 2016 (UTC) 
Thank You, Sahil shrestha, btw. on discussion and project pages, please sign Your messages with --~~~~, also avail by clicking the signature symbol in the mediawiki editor, which is being replaced by the singature, definded in preferences of Your Wikipedia account.
After doing the checklist the section above, get the stepping of Your CPU. Datasheets and http://ark.intel.com let You know the exact CPU operating voltage which is below 2 volts, called core voltage. The I/O-voltage is higher and used for connecting peripheral devices. When the cooling is working fine, fans for CPU and power supply spin easily check the voltages to see if it is the reason of the overheat. I see, the CPU stepdown converter for the CPU core voltage uses semicontucores with rarely cooling and small pins to get the heat out. For this reason, I reccomend to measure the CPU core voltage. Note: Some mainboard support manual change some voltages for crap like overclocking. The installed CPU has a voltage divider installed to preset the voltage controller on the mainboard.
Is it possible to operate the system on its onboard graphic adapter? Some CPUs support, some do not. But the mainboard has the blue connector installed. Remove the graphic card to find, if it causes the problems.
The power supply is not described closer. Maybe it got weak. Also the mainboard[3][4] is rarely filtered. It only uses a small number of capacitors. Power supply and mainboard, also optional vga cards generate low operating voltages. Aging capacitors cause this voltages not to be filtered enough for propper performance. The used capacitors, sometimes rarely avail or expensive in smaller stocks, have a low ESR. This describes the impedance with a low inner parasitary resistor. The differ far from that ones used in broadcast receivers or similar consumer electronic. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 05:46, 28 May 2016 (UTC)
As you have said, I have done uploading file again. Now we can restart conversation — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sahil shrestha (talkcontribs) 14:45, 20 June 2016 (UTC)
Sahil shrestha, would You agree to share the picture under the Creative Commons license? This means everyone can use it for free, but need to refer to the source, where he got the picture from. I ask for the license to prevent deleting it again before we finish. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 15:19, 20 June 2016 (UTC)

your reply on the refdesk[edit]

Hello! I'm a bit at a loss regarding how what you say has to do with anything. I was asking whether the ripple generated by the motor as part of its normal operation, can be used to infer the angular position. The problem is basically sensing the back-emf. I totally see how a capacitor can help clean up the signal (besides, adding a capacitor is good practice for reasons of protection against radio interference alone), yet I'm still not sure if we're talking about the same thing Asmrulz (talk) 00:18, 9 June 2016 (UTC)

Thanks, I have answered on the WP:RD/S. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 13:07, 9 June 2016 (UTC)
Asmrulz, reading Your allready archived answer, I think the problem is not solved, now. You may take a photo of the setup if You want, maybe I have a suggestion or solution. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 11:40, 12 June 2016 (UTC)
Thank you, that's very kind. I've had no time (and inclination) recently for this little project, so there is no setup to post, but I'm keeping at it. Thanks again Asmrulz (talk) 22:16, 14 June 2016 (UTC)

RCA tape cartridge[edit]

Please discuss at [5]. Thanks. Jeh (talk) 12:18, 25 September 2016 (UTC)

History of interleaved quarter-track stereo format? Help requested[edit]

You may be interested in a topic I've opened over at talk:Tape recorder. "More info needed somewhere on the quarter-track stereo format This seems to me to be a gaping hole in WP's coverage of home audio recording formats. Jeh (talk) 23:11, 25 September 2016 (UTC)

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DMacks thanks for notifying the revert. The reason for the edit is to give a shot look on a complete match. The video was selected by time and typical view. The second edit was to remove possible advertising. Btw. in the German version the article is requested for deletion, which I do not recommend at all. I just want to have the article to show how it is being performed. --Hans Haase (有问题吗) 15:43, 1 May 2017 (UTC)
Good idea. I would support a video of a full game. The link needs that sort of specific annotation. Although it does seem hard to find WP:RS, I also would not support deletion. DMacks (talk) 04:00, 3 May 2017 (UTC)

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