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-- Anonymous, 2007-02-05
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We are extremely happy about your interest in Creole, but could you please try to put your comments in the places where you think they belong? It's extremely hard to understand them when they appear out of context...
-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-02-05
Ah, sorry, I AM putting them in the places where I think they belong. Use of the colon appears on the page "colon" for instance. I think you mean "put comments in the places where YOU think they belong", which I can't do without telepathy.
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We are extremely happy about your interest in Creole, but could you please try to put your comments in the places where you think they belong? It's extremely hard to understand them when they appear out of context.
...In particular, I don't understand what are you so agitated about? Creole **doesn't use colon for markup** anywhere in it, and it doesn't specify anything about namespaces -- in fact, we decided to leave "names" out of Creole spec because of [[InternationalizationConcerns]]....
-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-02-05
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In particular, I don't understand what are you so agitated about? Creole **doesn't use colon for markup** anywhere in it, and it doesn't specify anything about namespaces -- in fact, we decided to leave "names" out of Creole spec because of [[InternationalizationConcerns]].
Perhaps I assume that it would be using the JSPwiki convention as this wiki does.
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Besides, English is not the only valid language out there.
However, I don't see how you can avoid giving namespaces some special status, as mediawiki has, if only to know when to create user_talk:X and not Talk:user:X.
-- Anonymous, 2007-02-05
...Besides, English is not the only valid language out there.
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Obviously not, but mediawiki/Wikipedia is supporting dozens more languages than almost any other wiki, and they seem to be using the colon in the way I suggest without problems. So I submit this is evidence that this usage is acceptable to other languages if not ideal.
-- Anonymous, 2007-02-05
Version Date Modified Size Author Changes ... Change note
4 05-Feb-2007 22:10 3.61 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous revert, don't edit my responses
3 05-Feb-2007 19:40 2.281 kB 142.177.76.130 to previous | to last colons and namespaces don't seem optional to support
2 05-Feb-2007 18:41 1.354 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous | to last what do you mean?
1 05-Feb-2007 17:43 0.732 kB 142.177.76.130 to last colon denotes POV/attribution in English, protocol in URLs
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