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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Joel McCarty] #15847 06/10/08 07:28 PM
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Hi Clark,

I just checked out the illustrated glossary link to see if I could make the link improvements that you suggest but the [1]illustration link established this morning has already been removed and the WEALDEN definition changed.

It seems that I might just been wasting my time today and probably I'll stop before I suffer any more humiliation.

Why do I bother ?

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Ken Hume


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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Ken Hume] #15848 06/10/08 08:00 PM
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Standby.

Image was there a minute ago, and I know of no conspiracy to remove same.



Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Joel McCarty] #15852 06/11/08 01:19 PM
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Ken:
If you want to remove other's edits of your definition then contact the person who edited it and discuss your concerns.
If you select the history tab you can see who changed it and when, and there is an undo button there.....

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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Jim Rogers] #15853 06/11/08 01:21 PM
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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Jim Rogers] #15854 06/11/08 01:55 PM
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Hi Jim,

I just checked out the history tabs as you suggested and am slightly concerned if I make undo changes that a game of edit ping pong or worse still edit wars might ensue.

If we are to avoid future confrontations (real or imagined) then we probably need to have a code of etiquette and understanding.

How do we handle this ? Thanks for your help.

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Ken Hume


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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Ken Hume] #15855 06/11/08 03:46 PM
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This is all new for everyone. So we get to make it up as we go. If you feel strongly about it, send Ken Rower an email and work it out. Or you may feel it's a minor disagreement, and not worth the trouble. I'm guessing that he deleted the link to the image accidentally? This is all still experimental after all...


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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: daiku] #15856 06/11/08 04:32 PM
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Hi Clark,

I agree with your sentiments, comments and advice.

Joel has just advised me that he has a PLAN in hand and so I think that we should await his advice before proceeding too much further.

When is the EDIT button coming back ?

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Ken Hume


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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Jim Rogers] #15861 06/11/08 08:51 PM
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That is a wonderful graphic... and now I know what a "prick post" is. And all this time I thought it was a message from an unruly forum guest!

(prick post is on 2nd flr, left.)


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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: OurBarns1] #15868 06/12/08 06:16 AM
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Hi Mo,

Have you made entries on the TFWiki under the name "Fountain" ?

If yes can you contact Joel by email ASAP to confirm your contact details.

If not you then who is Fountain ?

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Ken Hume


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Re: Wiki's and FAQ's [Re: Ken Hume] #16394 08/01/08 02:12 AM
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While bumbling around on the TFwiki page I found a list of definitions which did not mesh with the wiki list. Just found it interesting. I am more in agreement with the wiki pages. As an example "purlin" they are only found between rafters.

http://www.dreamingcreek.com/glossary.htm

I also found a list of disadvantages on the wiki page, which I found almost disturbing. Sorry no link. Tim

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