Talk:This funny word
Splitting this article
I know this is not Wikipedia, but would it not be better to split this article up into the individual definitions? I think this list form does not encourage expanding on each term. As well, it would be nice to be able to link directly to each term from elsewhere. Yes, it's possible to use bookmarks for linking, but this can prove unwieldy. As well, redirects WILL NOT work with bookmarks. I know a lot of the definitions are small, but I believe splitting will allow them to be expanded. -- nugget 22:55, 11 December 2005 (GMT)
- Is it possible to redirect to a category? If that's the case we could create an article for every definition and put them into a category. This article then would link to the category. --The8472 20:54, 12 December 2005 (GMT)
The toc box is way to tall and too small. A tiny and wide version would fit much better into the layout altough the drawback would be that toc would have to be handmade.. I'd prefer something like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:TOCMonths (of course with the keywords instead of the month names) --SoN 18:23, 20 May 2006 (GMT)
- just float it to the right, that should do the job too... --The8472 17:46, 21 May 2006 (GMT)
- that's a good idea. did it like that. --SoN 22:51, 21 May 2006 (GMT)
Leeching & connection limitations
I feel that there should be a note added to the leech-section: there are some (though very few) countries where internet providers have harsh download/upload limitations. Where I live for example, most people are allowed to download no more than just 20 Gb. This, obviously, makes sharing or seeding next to impossible.
Furthermore: a leech being described as 'an egoistic person' is rather far fetched in some cases. baring in mind the download restrictions in my country, I regard my fellow countrymen who share .2 or.3 of a torrent to be rather generous, as they are doing what they can. That's all you can hope for, really.
Just thought it worth noting.
what does # (Position/Ordering Number) mean?
I've added in # column (Position/Ordering Number) from Column Setup for library, but am unsure what # (Position/Ordering Number) means. Does a # (Position/Ordering Number) of "1" mean that torrent gets checked first when Vuze is started? --184.108.40.206 00:21, 3 March 2011 (UTC)