--- Vincent Ramos <siva-nataraja+spam(a)alussinan.org>
Le Fri, 25 Jul 2003 11:45:05 -0700 (PDT), Anthere
Update : I posted Erik answer on our pump.
Vincent comment was that I was intellectually
dishonest, as the message was clearly from me,
pretending to be someone called Erik. In short, he
said the answer was a forgery !
It's a shame! I never wrote that; just look at the
history. The text is
even not well written (lacks a capital, does not use
the right quote marks,
etc.). Frankly, this is disgusting and, there, you
are making a forgery. I
can not believe you think *I* wrote this.
which is precisely why I apologized for not having
recognise a troll at
and on your talk page.
I agree a lack of capital and wrong quote marks are
definitly signs I should have noticed. you are the one
who express himself the best on the fr wiki.
Now, you may wish to go on fueling the troll with
screaming and bad words, it will just do what he
wanted to get in doing so.
Which would not solve our problem in any way :-)
I also decided
not to be *too* bold, and before
reworking the article, I matter of factly proposed
solution for division of the article and
Vincent only answer was "I said I would take care
Yes, because, as I've already told, it's rather
boring to do I do know
where the links are.
Vincent. This is *precisely* why anchors are wrong.
When it comes to a point only the main editor (or
should I say the only ?) is able to edit, rename,
rework, add, remove to an article, because of a
complex linking system, there is a problem. That is
exactly what I mean by simplicity of edition. And no,
it is not only *my* agenda to support this. That is
what I have been trying to explain to you. You say you
want other editors to edit your text, but at the same
time, you say you would prefer they do not do so,
because the link system is tough, and only you know
where the links are. Well, yes, an article should not
have only one author, and everyone should rework it
without fear of messing the whole place.
Please, if you do not understand that, say so here, so
that perhaps somebody else explain better than I do.
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