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Hi, I agree with all but one edit you made on the RAID page and that is the use of the term "string" instead of block. I've never heard anyone use the term 'string' in this context. Strings are generally of arbitrary length, while disks must be written in fixed size sectors. Usually a continguous chunk of these sectors is called a block (although that term is often overloaded). Yet I think it is the de facto standard to use the term 'block' in the context of the article. TechPurism 03:37, 5 January 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Very sensible. I've changed it. !mAtt 20:46, 5 January 2006 (UTC)
Thanks! TechPurism 07:51, 6 January 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

You can't be a libertarian and a communist! One cancels out the other. ;)

Thinking inside the box will only get you sent to the gulag, comrade. !mAtt 00:30, 19 January 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Clone Wars cleanup tag[edit]

Ah! I see your reasoning. I'll just combine all of the new facts about each character into paragraphs. That should solve the cleanup issue. Cheers! :) The Wookieepedian 23:01, 17 January 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]


Antimatt: Why did you delete my edit? --Roland 06:21, 27 January 2006 (UTC)

Regarding the omnipotence paradox edits I reverted: I deemed your edits to be pushing a point of view. Also, your claim is that God has limited him/her/itself when it comes to saving people from hell, rather than something along the lines of whether God create a person so intent on going to hell that God can't change that person's mind--which is more what the article deals with. If you want to reinsert the text, you should make your case on the talk page. Cheers. !mAtt 06:50, 27 January 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Clustered hosting? Hmm...[edit]

Can you explain me if clustered hosting is just Operating system-level virtualization married with shared storage (or perhaps DRBD) and some HA solution (to do e.g. hot rerouting in case of failure or need to redistribute the load) on top of it? Which OS-level virt. solution are you using? Are there some scientific papers on the "clustered hosting" topic? Patent numbers? The article is very misleading and leaves more questions than answers. --K001 09:05, 5 July 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Yeah dude, I like computers too. !mAtt 05:44, 23 August 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Ughm... Did I do something wrong asking you what your article is about? Was my question too unclear? Please advise. --K001 12:23, 25 August 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
It's not really my article; I've been meaning to do some major editing because what's there is a load of copy-paste plagiarism. I'm absolutely not the expert in the field, but I know enough to make the article slightly more legit. ... Maybe someday I'll actually get to it. cheers !mAtt 03:50, 30 August 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Seinfeld WikiProject Invite[edit]

Hey there. I couldn't help noticing you appear to be interested in Seinfeld. I am interested in setting up a Seinfeld WikiProject to improve articles related to Seinfeld. At the moment I am just looking for people who are interested in joining. If you are interested in joining, please add your name here or contact me on my talk page. Thankyou, Joelster 06:12, 29 October 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Invitation to Meetup/Seattle6, a focus group[edit]

Hello. I'm part of a research group at the University of Washington (Seattle campus), and my group is reaching out to Wikipedians in the Puget Sound area. We're hosting a focus group designed to gather information on what Wikipedians would like to know about each other when interacting on Wikipedia. Our end goal is to create an embedded application that helps people quickly know more about others' history and activity on Wikipedia, and we feel our design will be much more useful if it's based on insights of users like you.

I'm hoping that the chance to help out local researchers, to engage in lively face-to-face discussion with other Seattle Wikipedians, and to contribute to Wikipedia in a new way will entice you to join us. The session lasts 2 hours and snacks are provided - one is April 8 (Wednesday) starting at 6 pm and the other is April 18 (Saturday) starting at 10 am. (Sessions will be held on UW Seattle campus - directions will be sent after registration.) Your contribution will be greatly appreciated!

Willing and able to help us out? RSVP here. Want to know more? Visit our user talk page . Please help us contact other local Wikipedians, too! Commprac01 (talk) 03:55, 13 March 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]