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:I don't know why it was in the header but I think it should be images of the most common puzzles at the main page. // [[User:Kenneth|Kenneth]] 19:45, 8 October 2008 (UTC)
 
:I don't know why it was in the header but I think it should be images of the most common puzzles at the main page. // [[User:Kenneth|Kenneth]] 19:45, 8 October 2008 (UTC)
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== Your Methods ==
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Hey Kenneth, I've noticed you've put a bunch of your methods up (KBCM, PEG, PORT, E15/E35). I don't mean to offend you but the pages you write are kind of difficult to understand, and since you're the only one who really understands the methods it would be very hard for other people to edit the page. It is also weird to see so much information on those pages when the articles for much more common methods like Petrus and EG have much less information. What I'm trying to say is that the pages for your methods seem like something you would put on your personal web page. Perhaps instead of writing all of the information and algorithms on the Wiki article, it would be better if you put the details on your personal webpage (or on a personal article - did you know you can create articles like User:Kennth/KBCM/Step_1? That would be a better way to organize your stuff, especially the methods you have not completely written up yet.). When you put so much specific and detailed information in the main directory it says to others that (a) your method is more popular/important, because the article is longer, and (b) the articles about your methods represent the knowledge of the community (even though they are actually just updated by you). [[User:Qqwref|qqwref]] 20:30, 8 November 2008 (UTC)

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Your CxLL project is a great idea. I'll help out when I can. Good luck with it. --Kirjava 01:26, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

Thank's Thom, hope you can add up CMLL because I don't know that many algs for it // Kenneth 06:01, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

Request

Sounds like a good idea. If we made it so everyone could delete pages, that may get out of hand. Perhaps if we can undo deletion of pages, it wouldn't be that bad. I will see what I can do soon. This week and upcoming weekend will be very busy, but I will get to it ASAP. Great work so far, Kenneth.

How about making it so only registers users can delete pages? I think you can undo this anyway... --Kirjava 12:18, 16 September 2008 (UTC)

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I'll try setting that up soon. -WikiAdmin

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Sorry about that. Fixed now. I was messing around with making TeX work, and apparently messed with the image paths. Thanks for letting me know.

Deleting the picture

I did it because this wiki is very unencyclopedic at the moment, and I was doing cleaning up.

An image should not be in the heading of a section, and I did not find it at all appropriate.

I don't know why it was in the header but I think it should be images of the most common puzzles at the main page. // Kenneth 19:45, 8 October 2008 (UTC)

Your Methods

Hey Kenneth, I've noticed you've put a bunch of your methods up (KBCM, PEG, PORT, E15/E35). I don't mean to offend you but the pages you write are kind of difficult to understand, and since you're the only one who really understands the methods it would be very hard for other people to edit the page. It is also weird to see so much information on those pages when the articles for much more common methods like Petrus and EG have much less information. What I'm trying to say is that the pages for your methods seem like something you would put on your personal web page. Perhaps instead of writing all of the information and algorithms on the Wiki article, it would be better if you put the details on your personal webpage (or on a personal article - did you know you can create articles like User:Kennth/KBCM/Step_1? That would be a better way to organize your stuff, especially the methods you have not completely written up yet.). When you put so much specific and detailed information in the main directory it says to others that (a) your method is more popular/important, because the article is longer, and (b) the articles about your methods represent the knowledge of the community (even though they are actually just updated by you). qqwref 20:30, 8 November 2008 (UTC)