User talk:Lozzo

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Hey Lozzo, Samme told me you were the person to talk to about organizing the wiki pages into a coherent track for users and developers. Can you e-mail me at when you get a chance? Danielk 08:54, 30 January 2008 (PST)

Hi Lozzo. You're doing a lot of great stuff! Trout 14:53, 30 September 2007 (MST)

Nice work Lozzo! --Samme 01:42, 1 October 2007 (MST)


I am putting this here as I am not sure where this discussion belongs.

I think we always need to start at the Main Page and determine how is the person most likely going to get to the proper information. Currently, we are confusing ourselves. Take for instance

Person wants to find out if his system is going to work?(Try and imagine your first visit here were you confused?)

The only link for the main page is to
Here there are several links to Information about hardware.
I logical next choose is What hardware I will need
Now this page has several links including Tested good hardware Tested bad hardware and Suggested hardware, but the Category at the bottom is Category:Hardware Lists
The Suggested hardware has items that state they do not work (this should not be there in my opinion)

I think if we are going to have lists, then there should only be two, Bad Hardware and Suggested Hardware. Currently we also have Recommended Accessories which is essentially worthless.

I can really see no need for Category:Hardware Lists as the Categories page is already a list, which is self generated. I am a firm believer in KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid). The software is complicated enough, so our wiki should be simple and reflect the most common problems people are currently facing. ie Display issues, MythTV issues. Just my two cents worth! --Rwilson131 15:01, 8 October 2007 (MST)

Deletion request.

Can you please delete the first uploaded version of file users.jpg. I mistaken upload the image with my last name. I have uploaded the corrected version, but I am not able to delete the file.

Thanks, --Rwilson131 22:04, 14 October 2007 (MST)

Are you still involved in the LinuxMCE project? You are listed as a wiki admin but it appears that you haven't been active in the wiki or forum since 2007.

Thanks for letting me know.

Alx9r 09:29, 29 May 2008 (PDT)