many thanks to correct my english :-) Avajon 05:35, 26 September 2007 (MST)
Hello Trout! Lozzo 11:16, 28 September 2007 (MST)
Please stop destroying this wiki
That "List_Page" you have just deleted without any form of discussion was part of the web-admin's on-line help. You obviously have no clue what you are doing here. Please stop it, you are not helping. --Zaerc 12:53, 17 November 2007 (MST)
- That was my fault, I actually asked for the page to be deleted as it is no longer current. I had already added the useful information from that page to other pages for the LinuxMCE Admin Website update that I have been working on. I have been trying to update the pages and the links to reflect the current state of the Admin Website and that page is no long relevant.
--Rwilson131 14:59, 17 November 2007 (MST)
- Whether you consider it relevant or not, the web-admin on every LMCE installation links to it. I wish you guys weren't going around like bulls in a china shop. --Zaerc 19:38, 17 November 2007 (MST)
- Zaerc, That is irony, now isn't it. Can you point me to where there is a hard link, because I searched for a common link and I never found one. First that page is not in the Admin Website any longer. It was in a few versions ago, but it is not an option currently. Secondly, it only stated the obvious, here is how to list the devices, but that is now done automatically when Advanced > Configuration > Devices in the left hand frame. I know that you have been keeping up with wiki and I know that you know the amount of updating I have done around here, but that not withstanding. I have been working on trying to get the section for the LinuxMCE Admin Website to match the options that are actually available from this most current admin website. I will personally fix it if you can find the link you are referring to. I would greatly appreciate not being included in the pissing contest that you and Trout. --Rwilson131 10:52, 18 November 2007 (MST)
- What irony are we talking about here exactly? First just click the Help link on Advanced > Configuration > Device Templates. Secondly a page stating the obvious is still better then no page at all. Apart from that I don't really give a flying fuck what you want to be included in or not, I'm just fed up with people removing relevant things from this wiki at their leisure. And if you can't understand that, tough titties. --Zaerc 22:40, 20 November 2007 (MST)
- Nice, Classy reply! I have corrected the mistake. It is this kind of sentiment that keeps individuals for really trying to contribute. I have been one of the busiest contributers to this wiki and the response for a request to have one page deleted is "I don't give a flying fuck" and "tough titties". This was the first page deleted on this wiki since 10/17/2007 hardly bulls in a china shop. I did not find that link that you mentioned initially when I was updating the Admin stuff, but indeed it is active, so the page has been fixed.
- As far as irony, do LinuxMCE Wiki talk:Community Portal and Talk:Serial Hack ring a bell. I hope that you find some peace and calm in your life in the near future. I will continue to work on the wiki pages that I have started and I hope that you continue your work as well. You have been very helpful to a lot of people on the forums and you have posted very helpful information on the wiki as well, but you also have to remember that so do others and comments like the one above are really very counter productive to the building of a healthy online community. This is the last thing that I will say about this topic, so good day. --Rwilson131 23:52, 21 November 2007 (MST)