greg.rundlett at gmail.com
Sat Jan 27 10:00:51 EST 2007
On 1/27/07, Kenneth Downs <ken at secdat.com> wrote:
> I'm not usually one to complain about wikipedia, but I wouldn't put too
> much faith in that particular article, the author's knowledge of RDBMS is
> extremely weak.
> Examples of fundamental misunderstanding include:
> Oh, well, enough of this ranting, I'm putting some intro material on the
> Andromeda website today, and getting a new domain name, its only fun for so
> long to beat up on somebody's work, much more fun to perfect your own....
Ken, you obviously have good RDBMS knowledge, I hope that the next
time you discover such mistakes in wikipedia that you might just hit
the 'edit' link and add your contributions for everyone's benefit.
Then you could post a link to the NYPHP group about how the article on
wikipedia *is* accurate and well-informed -- thanks to you.
> Q: Are you sure?
>> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>> Q: Why is top posting annoying in email?
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