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Why in Talk and not in Article?
 
Why in Talk and not in Article?
 
--[[User:82.81.202.33|82.81.202.33]] 21:53, 14 Jun 2005 (IDT)
 
--[[User:82.81.202.33|82.81.202.33]] 21:53, 14 Jun 2005 (IDT)
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(not necessarily related to previous comments): Perhaps the name '''Projects''' is too big.
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Personally I'd also like to see links to some interesting patches/extensions people made for other projects, small utilities and scripts they publish somewhere etc (maybe even some inline code samples?).
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I suggest such stuff be put under Projects despite this name, at least until we make a seperate section for them.
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--[[User:AmitAronovitch|AmitAronovitch]] 05:07, 16 Jun 2005 (IDT)

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Why in Talk and not in Article? --82.81.202.33 21:53, 14 Jun 2005 (IDT)


(not necessarily related to previous comments): Perhaps the name Projects is too big. Personally I'd also like to see links to some interesting patches/extensions people made for other projects, small utilities and scripts they publish somewhere etc (maybe even some inline code samples?).

I suggest such stuff be put under Projects despite this name, at least until we make a seperate section for them.

--AmitAronovitch 05:07, 16 Jun 2005 (IDT)

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