Talk:APL2000: Difference between revisions

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:As I understand it, Wikipedia doctrine is that a valuable source should be (or will naturally be) highlighted by using it for citations. Until someone has the time to go through APLDN and put the information in articles, I don't see a problem with the editorial. As for non-archive APLDN, it's hard to dispute that it's "well-organized" and I think that would be fine in an article regardless of the state of the wiki. --[[User:Marshall|Marshall]] ([[User talk:Marshall|talk]]) 17:46, 25 November 2020 (UTC)
:As I understand it, Wikipedia doctrine is that a valuable source should be (or will naturally be) highlighted by using it for citations. Until someone has the time to go through APLDN and put the information in articles, I don't see a problem with the editorial. As for non-archive APLDN, it's hard to dispute that it's "well-organized" and I think that would be fine in an article regardless of the state of the wiki. --[[User:Marshall|Marshall]] ([[User talk:Marshall|talk]]) 17:46, 25 November 2020 (UTC)


::Thinking about your comments, I removed the point about "well-organized". The key idea was the suggestion to take a few moments to check out the APLDN forum even though it's stated focus is APL2000. I see your point - if it turns out to valuable as a general resource, this will be noted in time as you describe. One thing that would be nice to include at some point is a summary description of where APL2000 sits in the APL world, in terms of following any APL standard and any noteworthy extensions. --[[User:RLevine|RLevine]] ([[User talk:RLevine|talk]]) 03:34, 26 November 2020 (UTC)
::Thinking about your comments, I removed the point about "well-organized". The key idea was the suggestion to take a few moments to check out the APLDN forum even though it's stated focus is APL2000. I see your point - if it turns out to valuable as a general resource, this will be noted in time as you describe. One thing that would be nice to include at some point is a summary description of where APL2000 sits in the APL world, in terms of following any APL standard and any noteworthy extensions. This is all part of working on some entries for STSC and APL/PLUS --[[User:RLevine|RLevine]] ([[User talk:RLevine|talk]]) 03:34, 26 November 2020 (UTC)
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