Consider adding typed links to your Dublin core entry. .... Reading more ... wow, You contributed hell of a lot of good stuff, thanks! :-) --Max Völkel 00:39, 11 November 2005 (CET)
- yeah, but consider them and make a better syntax then me - you have to see my articles currently only as notices of ideas and not as production stuff. I'll contribute more when I'm in the mood.
- Also I'm not sure about the Math thing. Even I see it as a requirement for linking the Math and Units stuff in the Wikipedia, its really hard to implement.
- MovGP0 16:09, 11 November 2005 (CET)
How does this wiki work, what do I have to do I want to find all articles with "is a::city" and "located in::california" for example? Fuelbottle 02:44, 12 November 2005 (CET)
- Never mind I found it :P Fuelbottle 03:01, 12 November 2005 (CET)
- No actually it didn't work. Blah, I need to get some sleep. So anyway it's not implemented yet? You can't search for more than one relation in one query? Fuelbottle 03:21, 12 November 2005 (CET)
- This Wiki is just experimental and in currently in Version 0.1 - a so called pre-alpha. It doesn't has the functionality it will have when its finished, like boolean operations on Queries (AND/OR/NOT) witch would allow to precise your questions. (Example: is a:Fruit AND color:Red)
- You should also note, that I'm just a user like you and not a member of the Programming Team. So the final implementation will not rely on me.
- ys, MovGP0 15:54, 12 November 2005 (CET)
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 German site is up!
Hi, the German site is up at http://de.csharp-online.net/. Coincidentally, I have an Austrian woman helping out. We need an Editor!?
Also, I was hoping you would contribute; because, I wanted you to try to win one of the book sets in our summer contest. (http://en.csharp-online.net/index.php?title=CSharp-Online.NET_Summer_06_Contest)
Will @ C# Online.NET
- Hi Will. I just had a look at your page. Why not make it a semantic wiki? It is some extra effort in the beginning, but you get quite some benefits as well, especially if you have content that can be organised nicely. For details, have a look Semantic MediaWiki. --Markus Krötzsch 10:49, 27 July 2006 (CEST)
- Well I thought about this too already. Specially Programming Languages have lot of potentials for Semantics, because you can mark Keywords, Classes, Enums, etc. as such. Also the Namespaces of .Net is ideal for Semantics too. Anyway, I still think that contributing to the german Wikipedia is more important.