User talk:Huney Jewell
The LSL Functions Standard
I saw your 12 September 2007 contribution to Separate Words, thank you.
Where is the "LSL functions standard"?
-- Huney Jewell
Will do, thank you.
- When I wrote the LSL Editing Primer, I didn't mean it to be used as an authoritative document. It was to help people get started on understanding the existing templates. There hasn't been a real discussion of Library Function styles. I'm not standing in the way of this adaptation, just we may want to retool the style a little for this use. -- Strife Onizuka 22:01, 18 September 2007 (PDT)
Interesting! Thanks for blogging those bugs.
I see you ask ...
Yes, exactly, very much, thank you!!
I hope you feel encouraged to keep giving such gifts out to newborns like me. Just to prove how real my thanks are, I'll mention, these voluminous wiki change logs do testify that some hours before I saw your question, I already did blog my thanks nearby, buried over in the User:Ppaatt_Lynagh article. I quote:
Thanks to you and everyone else here for encouraging this nascent institution of the LSL wiki.
-- Ppaatt Lynagh 19:39, 13 September 2007 (PDT)
your edits to User:SignpostMarv Martin/LSL/SL NTPoHTTP v1.1 client
- You shouldn't have moved the article.
- The script is called SLNTPoHTTP for a reason, you shouldn't have changed it.
- SignpostMarv Martin 11:39, 11 December 2007 (PST)
- It's your contribution, so it's up to you where you prefer having it stored. But IMHO it's really weird, to find it listed as "User:SignpostMarv Martin/LSL/SL NTPoHTTP v1.1 client" in the category index. Sorry, but I really can't imagine that anybody will lookup for an "NTP over HTTP" routine under this search word. Moreover, this forms by far the most lengthy entry in the index. And I assume, nobody might be surprised, to find a SL NTPoHTTP routine in the SL wiki, so it's not really important to emphasize this fact.
- --Huney Jewell 02:50, 12 December 2007 (PST)
- Key phrase: It's your contribution, so it's up to you where you prefer having it stored
- If you were already aware of that, it's beyond me why you moved it.
- The Script's full name is "Second Life Needs Time Parsing Over Hyper Text Transfer Protocol", not Network Time Protocol over HTTP.
- You made an assumption as to the script's name without asking on the script's talk page
- It's filed under my user space as the script is reliant upon an external service I operate, and I've not released the server-side code
- Since the script is dependent upon my external service, putting the LSL code under the root wiki space would imply it was totally independent of any provider.
- It's filed under LSL as I also put PHP snippets on the wiki.
- The basic gist is you made a series of false assumptions, and edit an article in another Resident's wiki-space.
- SignpostMarv Martin 03:59, 12 December 2007 (PST)