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Feel free to correct mistakes in my comments and articles. Also, can you recommend a guide to English punctuation?
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Feel free to correct mistakes in my comments and articles. Also, can you recommend a guide to English punctuation? (some are already [[User_talk:AlexanderR#English punctuation|suggested]]).
  
Would that be British or American English punctuation?  ;)
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It is sometimes hard to find required software in Arch. Package descriptions in both AUR and official repos are too short and classification of packages is far from perfect. I currently try to accumulate editors efforts, related to creation of software lists, in [[Common Applications]] and related articles.
  
http://www.englishclub.com/writing/punctuation.htm is designed for people learning English as a second language.  '''Note:''' their section on the comma ''',''' would be corrected by some, including me, to ''I speak English, French, and Thai.''  The comma after French is called the Oxford comma.  Its use is debated.
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[[User:AlexanderR/TODO|My TODO list]]
  
The Wikipedia article has a section comparing European (you perhaps?) to American and British practices. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punctuation#Conventional_styles_of_English_punctuation
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Also I am [[ArchWiki:Maintainers|ArchWiki Maintainer]] – if you want to find some stuff in already deleted article or check correctness of edit (I am mostly interested in [[Java]], [[:Category:Security|Security]] and basic Arch topics, such as covered by [[Beginners Guide]] and [[:Category:Development|Development]]), feel free to contact me.

Latest revision as of 14:45, 13 May 2012

Feel free to correct mistakes in my comments and articles. Also, can you recommend a guide to English punctuation? (some are already suggested).

It is sometimes hard to find required software in Arch. Package descriptions in both AUR and official repos are too short and classification of packages is far from perfect. I currently try to accumulate editors efforts, related to creation of software lists, in Common Applications and related articles.

My TODO list

Also I am ArchWiki Maintainer – if you want to find some stuff in already deleted article or check correctness of edit (I am mostly interested in Java, Security and basic Arch topics, such as covered by Beginners Guide and Development), feel free to contact me.