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Date: 2005-11-03 (19:31)
From: Kip Macy <kip.macy@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Wikipedia
This isn't on-topic for the list, and may even qualify as a troll, but I
think your experiences point to another fundamental deficiency of the
wikipedia. Why do you think that others will have more success in their
updates than you have?


On 11/3/05, Jon Harrop <> wrote:
> Wikipedia is a large, famous, on-line, reader-editable encyclopaedia with
> a
> page dedicated to OCaml:
> The page gets a lot of hits and is, most likely, the first port of call by
> many people when trying to learn about OCaml.
> Unfortunately, the quality of this page is substantially worse than that
> of
> the equivalent pages on SML, Haskell and so on. I have tried to improve
> the
> page myself but most of my links have been removed following complaints to
> admim by an anonymous, German-speaking, OCaml-using physicist with the IRC
> nic "tf" and all of my corrections were removed by Mike Lin. My code
> examples
> remain though.
> So if anyone out there has a little spare time and wants to do something
> productive, please try to improve this page.
> --
> Dr Jon D Harrop, Flying Frog Consultancy Ltd.
> Objective CAML for Scientists
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