Wikipedia:Pages needing attention/Communications

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  • Teletype Message - This article appears to describe a specific application of a big topic. At the very least, it needs a good opening sentence to make it a viable stub. Swmcd 03:44, 2005 Jun 15 (UTC)
  • List of masts - This should probably be split into several different lists. Also, the whole middle section of text should be in a separate article, if anywhere at all... This is waaay out of my league. Junkyardprince | Tark 03:25, 31 Mar 2005 (UTC)
  • Hybrid Fibre Coaxial could stand a good strong copyedit (no to mention renaming). I also have a hunch that the terminology in the article is specific to Australia; I know HFC is now the dominant design for cable TV networks in the U.S. among other countries, but I don't know enough about cable TV technology to significantly improve it. (Cross-listed under "Culture and fine arts" at "Television".) 05:09, 13 Feb 2005 (UTC)
  • Communication - Needs work as an article. Needs lots of work as a subject link from the main page. Zigger 16:48, 23 Feb 2004 (UTC)
  • reorganised Peter Ellis 03:31, 4 May 2004 (UTC)
  • Callmanager - Apparently a Cisco systems software product, this article is extremely informal, probably written by a bored Cisco employee. Kevin Saff 20:54, 30 Mar 2004 (UTC)
  • Telephone - Mess of "related articles" needs subdivision in some orderly manner. (Excellent article cluster; overall revision also needed -- article could be better divided into paragraphs and topics; move to PNA when "related articles" is cleaned up +sj+)
    • Began the process of re-working this article. The actual content in the history section was mostly a massive quote from a circa 1900 project Gutenberg book (Heros of the Telegraph) -- the article needs an introduction which describes what a telephone IS, and some discussion of the various types... Then, we need LINKS to sub-pages for telephone(history) and telephone(signaling) and telephone(Switching). The basic link cluster at the bottom is EXCELLENT.... it's the stuff on the telephone ITSELF that sucks. Rick Boatright 16:19, 1 Mar 2004 (UTC)
  • List of device bandwidths - All speeds have to be verified, some are wrong (conversion Bit/s to Byte/s seems strange) (moved from cleanup Onebyone 22:58, 25 Jan 2004 (UTC)) +I added disclaimer of why some values look wrong by an order of magnitude, but the bit-to-byte conversion won't work. See Talk (Scott McNay 17:03, 2004 Feb 8 (UTC))
  • near field effect and Near Field Communication don't contain much useful information - the former is a wordy dab page, and the latter is about an industry group. --Dtcdthingy 16:34, 1 Jan 2005 (UTC)
  • Cyberdiscursivity needs work to make the concept clear, and decide if it should or should not be merged elsewhere. Eclipsed 21:00, 24 July 2005 (UTC)
  • AskMeNow. Edit war ongoing. Current content looks like a press release. Anon IPs & Wikipedians alike have been editing, blanking & reverting content on the article.

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