Should we include citations?
I am deeply grateful for your kind words, hope one day I can meet you in person.
Yes, it's the first time. Perhaps further reviews of already written concepts make necessary insert some citations. I think the field "notes" should be displayed when necessary, and you have choosen the right place. I'm impressed for the wonderfull examples you are adding to the Glossary, you are pushing me to be more creative on my examples :-)
Could you please add in the standard a short instruction regarding the usage of citations?
Cheers, Gladys G.--chela5808 14:59, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
Gladys, I do hope we can meet sometime. Maybe 8 years ago I visited Cancun very briefly. I'll be sure to look you up next time I get a chance to visit your country.
You learning from me??? NAY, it's me learning from you. Ah, guess it's a two-way street.
One question. I originally used a third level header for the "Notes" section. I'm wondering if a second level header would be better (second seems to be more the standard in Wikipedia).
This is a two-way street. <--- new for me. Thanks :)
Yep, you're right. Looks better "Notes" will become an eventually 4th. field.
I loved your books... on example MathGloss/P/Pictograph. BTW, I have a nice collection of icons. I'll upload then ASAP, and categorize them...mmmhh .... "exicons"? --chela5808 21:34, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
I noticed the names of your icons frequently started with K. I figured you had a collection of them. I'm looking forward to the array of choices! Alison
Yes, this icons correspond to Nuvola Collection You can download them from site. http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Desktop-Environment/Icons/Nuvola-23024.shtml
I've already found in WE some of these icons having different names. I kept names intact, except for some derivative works I created from them.
Have a nice day. --chela5808 13:18, 20 February 2009 (UTC)