User talk:10000th User
It's not a problem, but I thought "function" and "mapping" meant exactly the same thing. Out of curiosity, where did you hear otherwise? Thanks, Boy Soprano II 15:16, 19 February 2008 (EST)
Quote from What AoPSWiki is not: AoPSWiki is not yours
AoPSWiki is for all of its users to share. This means that there may be some articles which you don't agree with or some articles might not be organized/written in the way you would like them to be. Changes on such matters should reflect a consensus of AoPSWiki users, with resolution governed by Art of Problem Solving administrators. --10000th User 02:07, 19 November 2007 (EST)
Um, yes, AoPSWiki is not mine, but there is an opinion that most could agree with:
- AoPSWiki should maintain a consistency of style to aid editors and readers both.
And a fact:
- Most articles have the template at the end of the article rather than the beginning.
Your call Of course. I have no obligations in maintaining that consistency because I'm not getting paid for doing it. If you don't like it, go ahead, change it. You seem to enjoy editing every page. Have fun.
Sorry, I said the wrong thing. I'm not saying, "Go ahead, edit what you want.", though you have every right to do that, and I can't stop you. I'm saying, "What rational argument have you against this? If you have none, it's obvious that it's a good course of action." What I'm actually trying to do is convince you. If you refuse to do something beneficial, so be it.
If you refuse to do something beneficial, so be it. I'll be more beneficial contributing information, rather than spending my time doing minor page editings. That's it. If you reply to this comment, then you are having a grudge with me. End of this discussion.--10000th User 16:41, 22 November 2007 (EST)
There is a link to the article "What AoPSWiki is not", which doesn't exist. Could I replace it with "AoPSWiki:What AoPSWiki is not", which does exist? Thanks. --1=2 21:26, 8 June 2008 (UTC)