Actually I didn't break anything. The category "Glossary" should contain glossaries - quite simple. You tend to use it as a garbage disposal for stubs or orphaned stuff. Please read about the definition of a glossary before making wrong claims. Everything that's not a glossary doesn't qualify to be categorised there. --ak120 (talk) 17:37, 12 November 2017 (CET)
Rather than creating German categories, it would make sense to contact the Wiki owner (firstname.lastname@example.org) and ask him to enable German as a Wiki language, I know Martini has refused to add any languages but English on the OS/2 World wiki, but Adrian Gschwend being a native German speaker himself should see things in a slightly different light.
Just a friendly note here. If you replace <pre> with <code> you will have to place extra blank lines, otherwise
First line second line third line
I'm aware of this issue. But sometimes the macros not working correctly, and it's a lot of extra fixing manually. I wrote a message to (email@example.com) - but no response at all.--ak120 (talk) 15:29, 12 April 2016 (CEST)
ak120 why are you removing the "Example Source Code" from the Data Types? It gives more information on how to use it. It is not a duplicated thing and it is usefull for developers that wants to start with the API Martini (talk) 14:07, 18 August 2017 (CEST)
It's quite simple. Because it was no source code at all. It only duplicates the above information in unformatted (pre) text. Even uneducated C programmers get no additional information from it. And Data types and API a two different topics btw.--ak120 (talk) 14:49, 18 August 2017 (CEST)
Can you explain what you consider an API since you have been changing a lot of pages that says "xxx API" to "xxx Functions". According to you what does the API page has to contain to be called API and not only "functions". I will check with someone else your opinion about the Data Types and take a decision about that. Martini (talk) 15:14, 18 August 2017 (CEST)
Andrea's, what is wrong? Why are you removing the code samples from the EDM/2 wiki?
I know you are pointing it back to a file, but you should not remove knowledge from the Wiki, you should improve it. The idea is to move OS/2 dev things to the wiki, not to move it out.
DO NOT DELETE MORE STUFF FROM THE WIKI !!
The lemma of each of them is wrong and misleading caused by improper copy. The code simply doesn't work. This pages were created by mistake sometimes back - there's simply no "Editing Into Java" article which would be wrong grammar anyways. The article "Into Java - Part XVI" links to working code instead of the reconstructed pollution. --ak120 (talk) 17:13, 22 February 2018 (CET)
That is not reason to delete content. The idea is to fix it, not to delete it. Your current changes and rename of pages seems more adequate than deleting pages. Martini (talk) 20:19, 22 February 2018 (CET)
Nothing was deleted by me as I can delete nothing as a normal user here. So I moved the orphaned content simply out of scope temporary. Nobody was fixing this stuff for almost 8 years. I also collected the greatest (s)hits under the Category:For Removal. But without administration it will last there until the server dies or the database becomes totally corrupted. It's more convenient to present source code in an usable form and not malformed in a garbage fashion.--ak120 (talk) 20:54, 22 February 2018 (CET)
You know what I mean when I said "deleted", you erase the content of the pages and that is why it is good that you don't have permission to delete pages. You erased the orphaned content that you orphaned when you changed the main article. STOP ERASING CONTENT (I hope that you understand that since you are always right.) Martini (talk) 23:03, 22 February 2018 (CET)
Auf solche dreisten und unbelegbaren Behauptungen lege ich keinen Wert. Statt vernünftiger Administration finden nur sinnlose Editwars statt - einfach nur jämmerlich. Mein Übersetzer ist leider erkrankt nachdem er all diesen Unfug lesen mußte. Sämtliche Änderungen, welche über mein Benutzerkonto hier stattfinden, werden zuvor sachlich geprüft. Als erste Maßnahme werde ich das Budget für Arbeitsleistungen bezüglich Fehlerberichtungen auf diesen Seiten um 90% kürzen lassen. Bereits vorhandene Korrekturen werden noch nach Bedarf hier eingepflegt. Englische Übersetzungen, welche ohnehin in der Praxis nicht relevant sind, werden zum Großteil entfallen.--ak120 (talk) 15:05, 23 February 2018 (CET)