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Please let's not copy wholesale articles from the wikipedia and especially ton's of dead links. The policy of our wiki has always been not to create dead links.
 
Please let's not copy wholesale articles from the wikipedia and especially ton's of dead links. The policy of our wiki has always been not to create dead links.
  
 
Personally, I find the new way of loading content with tons of incomprehensible code that takes hours to edit away, absolutely awful, and a real degradation of our wiki.--[[User:Mbauwens|Mbauwens]] 14:01, 8 August 2010 (UTC)
 
Personally, I find the new way of loading content with tons of incomprehensible code that takes hours to edit away, absolutely awful, and a real degradation of our wiki.--[[User:Mbauwens|Mbauwens]] 14:01, 8 August 2010 (UTC)
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:Copying pieces is what I did just like you did.  The original article was quite a bit longer.  If you want to remove dead links that's fine.  I removed a bunch of irrelevant ones.  I leave some in on occasion because they are interesting and will be written soon enough.  If you add some original content I woudln't revert that.  I made this page because James Quilligan's latest piece used this term in the title and I realized we didn't have a page for it.  Such a huge term!  I hope we can find time to write something original using P2P Theory.  Better to spend time doing that than arguing over who quotes how much, don;t you think?  --[[User:GoodRollin|Alex Rollin]] 14:11, 8 August 2010 (UTC)

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Please let's not copy wholesale articles from the wikipedia and especially ton's of dead links. The policy of our wiki has always been not to create dead links.

Personally, I find the new way of loading content with tons of incomprehensible code that takes hours to edit away, absolutely awful, and a real degradation of our wiki.--Mbauwens 14:01, 8 August 2010 (UTC)

Copying pieces is what I did just like you did. The original article was quite a bit longer. If you want to remove dead links that's fine. I removed a bunch of irrelevant ones. I leave some in on occasion because they are interesting and will be written soon enough. If you add some original content I woudln't revert that. I made this page because James Quilligan's latest piece used this term in the title and I realized we didn't have a page for it. Such a huge term! I hope we can find time to write something original using P2P Theory. Better to spend time doing that than arguing over who quotes how much, don;t you think? --Alex Rollin 14:11, 8 August 2010 (UTC)