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Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility
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Etienne Grossmann |
Subject: |
Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility |
Date: |
Sat, 14 Jan 2006 04:16:18 -0500 |
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Hi All,
Quentin, I can add a class B IP, so that, as long as you connect to the
wiki thru the same provider, it should be ok.
Bill, I've added a class B IP for you, could you check out that you
can edit?
I agree entirely that a wiki w/ a login would be better. But I don't
see, how new users could do w/out sending a mail to at least one
current wiki maintainer.
Cheers and thx for your contributions to the wiki,
Etienne
On Sat, Jan 14, 2006 at 12:30:12AM -0600, Quentin Spencer wrote:
# Bill Denney wrote:
#
# >Unfortunately, there are two problems with that for me. First, I
# >can't send mail to sourceforge because the reject mail servers without
# >reverse DNS (my home computer is my mail server). Second, my IP is
# >dynamic, so I can't give an IP that will work for more than a couple
# >of days (and I don't really want to have to give them a new IP every
# >time that I want to edit the wiki).
# >
# >So, while I realize that wikis are generally for distributed editing
# >(I've even setup a few of my own and for others), I cannot edit this
# >one now, and I don't feel like jumping through the hoops necessary to
# >be able to edit it.
#
#
# I agree with this. I used to edit the Wiki before it was restricted due
# to spam problems, but since then, I guess it wasn't ever worth it to me
# to get edit permission. Apparently I'm not the only one for whom that
# was a barrier to participation. I think it has unfortunately diminished
# the value of the wiki because it has reduced participation. Does anyone
# out there know what other wikis have done to encourage participation
# while keeping the undesirables out? It seems like some sort of a
# user/password system might be better than doing it by IP address--then
# it would be possible for a user to log in from different computers
# without getting every IP enabled individually.
#
# -Quentin
#
#
#
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- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Steve C. Thompson, 2006/01/13
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Bill Denney, 2006/01/13
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Steve C. Thompson, 2006/01/13
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Bill Denney, 2006/01/14
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Quentin Spencer, 2006/01/14
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility,
Etienne Grossmann <=
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Bill Denney, 2006/01/14
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Etienne Grossmann, 2006/01/14
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Bill Denney, 2006/01/14
- Re: MATLAB / Octave compatibility, Stefan van der Walt, 2006/01/14