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Hi, and good to have you with us. I just read your article on mechanically seperated poultry, and I have some questions. Namely, you say that a "final rule" allowed it to be used. What is the context on this? Who issued the final rule? Where does it apply? Thanks very much. Meelar 07:22, 20 Jan 2004 (UTC)
It is a USDA rule. I'll add that info. Robartin 00:41, Jan 23, 2004 (UTC)
Interested in an L.A.-area Wiki meetup?
It appears as though L.A. has never had a Wiki meetup. Would you be interested in attending such an event? If so, checkout User:Eric Shalov/Wikimeetup
- Eric 16:33, 23 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Curious about Java properties
I was curious about your mod of the C# article. I was not aware Java had properties. In other words, I was under the understanding that the only way to have code like this:
SomeObject o = new SomeObject();
o.StringProperty = "foo";
would be to make
SomeObject.StringProperty a public field. I find no existence of the string "propert" on the Java wiki at all.
(Admittedly, in essence, C# properties are only a gussied up pair of accessor and mutator. Their exposure as a property only provides ease for the class user.)
Let me know your thoughts.
-- Chris 17:40, 1 August 2005 (UTC)
Jimbo Wales to Attend San Diego Meetup on October 18 2005
Hello, Jimbo Wales will be in San Diego to attend OOPSLA and has agreed to come by and visit with the San Diego wikipedians. If you are interested, you will find more info on my talk page. Johntex\talk 00:54, 13 October 2005 (UTC)
Wikimania in Atlanta!
Hi! I noticed your involvement on U.S. South-related articles, categories and WikiProjects, and I wanted to let you know about a bid we're formulating to get next year's Wikimania held in Atlanta! If you would like to help, be sure to sign your name to the "In Atlanta" section of the Southeast team portion of the bid if you're in town, or to the "Outside Atlanta" section if you still want to help but don't live in the city or the suburbs. If you would like to contribute more, please write on my talk page, the talk page of the bid, or join us at the #wikimania-atlanta IRC chat on freenode.org. Have a great day!
P.S. While this is a template for maximum efficiency, I would appreciate a note on my talk page so I know you got the message, and what you think. This is time-sensitive, so your urgent cooperation is appreciated. :) Mike H. I did "That's hot" first! 09:31, 31 August 2007 (UTC)
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