User talk:Maurice Carbonaro

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Hubris Conceit
So... you feel a bit curious today?


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Message from User:189.8.107.196[edit]

Hi, dear Maurice. I'm sorry I am writing it here, but I just started editing Wikis today, and only because I saw what was a blatant biased article on Wikipedia - the article on Pope Joan. I have then made some completely unbiased editions there (really neutral, just so it would look less like Catholic propaganda) and all my edits keep getting reversed by the 3 only users who apparently mod that page, which have clear personal biases regarding the Church. I saw that you edited the criticism of the Catholic Church page in Wiki and look like a very reasonable and experient Wiki user, which is what I think is needed in that page. Would you bother taking a look at that? Thank you very much and sorry if I posted this in the wrong place :D — Preceding unsigned comment added by 189.8.107.196 (talk) 23:20, 23 January 2015 (UTC)

Casus belli[edit]

Hi there. Worth checking this out in relation to your recent edit to the above. Best,  Philg88 talk 09:09, 29 January 2015 (UTC)

"(...) It becomes necessary, therefore, to consider more closely the Bush administration's casus belli, America's Will to War. But it is imperative to recognize, as David Domke details, that the War on Terror was perceived by Bush as being of divine origin. Bush's Will to War, specifically, was God's will. (...)"? Wow! That's heavy stuff indeed. Thanks for the link. I didn't even know James A. Tyner and David Domke existed! But aren't they just a bunch of wp:povs? Anyway I have changed my recent edit in this one. I hope it's better than before. Cheers.   M aurice  09:48, 29 January 2015 (UTC)
Sounds like a good move. God only knows what went on inside Bush's head when considering going to war(s). That's probably for the best. Cheers,  Philg88 talk 09:55, 29 January 2015 (UTC)

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JSTOR[edit]

You should have received an email with a link to a Google form to complete - could you please either do so or email me if you did not receive it? Note that, because there are more applicants than available accounts, not responding could result in your slot being passed to a waiting editor. Nikkimaria (talk) 18:04, 9 November 2015 (UTC)

Hi there User:Nikkimaria (talk), I have received the email but was in spam. I just filled it in. Thanks.   M aurice  07:04, 10 November 2015 (UTC)

ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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Quite old edit about "swap" and "cache"[edit]

Your edit.

Hello! I'm sorry to remind of this, but do you have references about link ("swap" and "cache"), because I have no evidence that they are related.

Some of the real terminology includes Persistence (computer science), Computer data storage, Semiconductor memory. "swap" is some non-strictly defined function in std library (in C++ for example).

If you remember something, please let us know here: Talk:Swap_(Computer_programming)#Section_about_cache Ushkin N (talk) 07:14, 28 May 2016 (UTC)