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This page awaits comments. --Farred 23:27, 7 May 2008 (UTC)
Farred, you ask about snail mail address for Lunarpedia.
Lunarpedia is an asset of the Moon Society, and this is the address:
The Moon Society P.O. Box 940825 Plano, TX 75094-0825 Charles F. Radley 16:06, 10 May 2008 (UTC)
- 1 Mass Drivers
- 2 Robotics
- 3 Metal Printing
- 4 hack
- 5 IUPAC
- 6 Aluminium/aluminum
- 7 CAPTCHA posture change
- 8 Fix category:Initial Investment
- 9 Write [[Carbon monoxide]]
- 10 Possible new article
- 11 Note Cfrjlr's comments
- 12 To do
- 13 Reason to delete
- 14 Attacker Control Counteroffer
- 15 Moon Society Spotlight
I recommend that you drop the font tags at the beginning as they are messing with the formatting, then provide a general summary of mass drivers before the circum polar section. Also, providing outside sources so that you're data can be verified is very important for article credibility. Without links to sources or the inclusion of specific and tested data, it will be assumed that your article is mostly conjecture. Jarogers2001 06:10, 8 June 2008 (UTC)
Do you have a messenger program? I'm running yahoo, aim, icq, and I can load msn when needed. Jarogers2001 15:59, 9 June 2008 (UTC)
I didn't mean to offend. Are you alright? - Jarogers2001 03:36, 13 June 2008 (UTC)
- Revealing your identity is unnecessary for posting graphics. Simply refer to yourself as "author" in the description of the graphic. "I, the auther, do hereby release this graphic ("to the public domain", "under the terms of the GNUFDL license", or "with my permission for use by Lunarpedia and as author I retain all rights to this work")"
- Take your pick. GNUFDL is the "General Non-profit Use Free Documentation License" and means it can be replicated, modified, and used anywhere so long as it is not for profit. You can also obtain an anonymous email at webmail.aol.com, gmail.com, or hotmail.com - Jarogers2001 18:48, 14 June 2008 (UTC)
Well done! I don't know what the response to the "Do People Care?" question is, but you've got the material for a glad-hander right there in your final argument and referenced addendum to final argument, combined with some of the earlier stuff. So long as you mention it as a way to exponentially increase capabilities on the ISS or Lunar Outpost by reducing the amount of people and life support needed on site, you shouldn't have any problems. Full robotic missions will come once the technology is far enough developed that humans become unnecessary for early stage facilities. Just be slick about it and don't tell them that unless it's what they want to hear ;-) - Jarogers2001 04:05, 27 July 2008 (UTC)
The topic of printing metal parts has come up on another forum and I was wondering if you could take a look and give me your opinion on the "wire printer" concept, seeing as you're the metallurgy guru around these parts :D You can find the idea by following this link. Reply on lunarpedia if that makes you more comfortable. - Jarogers2001 20:18, 18 August 2008 (UTC)
Thanks for the advice and links. I had a pretty good feeling that it wasn't going to be that easy (only because I have some welding experience). The overall goals of the group are unrealistic, to be quite honest. - Jarogers2001 05:08, 24 August 2008 (UTC)
You may have been hacked. please change your password - Jarogers2001 22:28, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
Aluminium is the international nomenclature and the one that figures and is used by IUPAC. And the approved one.
I checked in the IUPAC because I was not sure about Aluminum or Aluminium. I really do not care which one American's are using but since Aluminium is the one that figures in the IUPAC I would defend Aluminium over Aluminum.
Also I would defend Metric system. And Celsius over Fahrenheit.
English is for me a tool. I am still learning. I didn't meant to offend you or something. Sorry about EEUU, I'm not very good in writing. I do not feel underestimated.
I do not think England has to do anything with this. I have English and American friends and I do not prefer one over another. Neither their language. --Jotagiraldez 19:25, 9 November 2010 (UTC)
I really do not know what to do. You are convincing. Lets wait to see what happens... Perhaps the users are going to change everything to aluminum... The community will decide.
- The above comment was posted by Jotagiraldez at 02:46 hours UTC on the 10th of November 2010. --Farred 23:42, 11 November 2010 (UTC)
CAPTCHA posture change
Despite not being in very good shape right now I've managed to alter the CAPTCHA settings to hopefully stop the script that's damaging articles here without breaking the wiki. It seems to only impact anonymous attacks. As always, many thanks for your continued dedication to Lunarpedia! -- Strangelv 05:15, 14 January 2012 (UTC)
- Sad to hear that you are not in good shape. Take care of yourself before Lunarpedia. Thanks for any help you feel up to. Farred 05:25, 14 January 2012 (UTC)
Fix category:Initial Investment
The category was added by User:Fructivore
- Farred 11:06, 19 April 2012 (UTC)
Write [[Carbon monoxide]]
Farred 17:35, 20 April 2012 (UTC)
Possible new article
Consider writing an article to go along with Talk:Why should we build lunar settlement on the moon which a contributor added without the corresponding article.
Note Cfrjlr's comments
He writes it in Volatiles.
Add halo orbit option to Farside Communication.
Add to [[Reflecting Telescopes]].
Reason to delete
user page for a non-contributor who expresses no interest in colonizing moon
Attacker Control Counteroffer
On one occasion we had it set up so that one needed to fill out a form explaining who they are. This was a disaster becaues no one with adbin powers checked for about a month and none of the very legitimate applicants ever contributed after we finally authorized them. Account creating attacks are the ones that I'm very concerned about, ansd it seems to be getting worse across the board, although we still have a ways to go to reach the nightmare at LPedia that I also want this solution for, at least for the time being.
We don't need to exclued non-members -- just everyone who can't make a coherent and relevant statement about why they should have an account. Would you be willing to pick up the ball on this if one of us can figure out how to re-enable it?
Please feel free to drop by ASI MOO and yell at us sometime. Right now we're trying to get new website for the society up by the third Wednesday of April.
-- Strangelv 07:59, 28 March 2013 (UTC)
Moon Society Spotlight
If you look at test dot moonsociety.org with most reasonably CSS3 compatible web browsers (MSIE 9 and Opera below 12.10 being the main exceptions) you should be able to see the Spotlight column if your browser window is wide enough -- if it isn't or you're looking with something older you'll notice a row of buttons at the bottom for the spotlight.
The Spotlight is a feature of the Coriolis web theme I've spent all year working on to the exclusion of pretty much everything else. The intent is to feature things of possible interest to visitors and hopefully impress them. Three categories: technical, easy, and miscellaneous -- one button from each category is shown each time, in random order. Problem: we only have three technical, two easy, and two miscellaneous. Two of the technical items are Lunarpedia articles, one is the Power Beaming Demo kit, easy is MMM #1 and the society president's blog, and the two miscellaneous are Lunarpedia and Exodictionary. What would be some good additions that you can think of? Each item needs a title, possibly a brief description, a link, and -- very importantly -- a graphic. We have several articles that would be excellent additions to the technical category but have no graphics. Obviously adding a graphic would help...
Any good ideas? This is one of two things that may prevent us from getting this deployed in time for ISDC. The other is even further behind: migrating site content over... Thank you in advance for any suggestions!
-- Strangelv 00:09, 10 May 2013 (UTC)
- I see "Earth is the cradle of..." then something is missing.
- That's Ken's site, and I've not checked to see how compatible it is with MSIE 8 (someone eles's problem). I hope the test site works well with MSIE 8 as I have ten different themes, one of which is exclusively for MSIE 7 and 8. You'll still get a better experience with a CSS3 compatible browser, or maybe you'd be joining the chorus that's finding nits with my new buttons that I've been unable to address so far...
- I must admit that I'm not asking for help with the HTML (I believe I have that covered and I accept that I'm the one best able to hack at the markup and stylesheets and graphics), I'm just whating to know what articles you've seen (and possibyl written) in the wikis that would be good to feature in the spotright that either have a graphic or that you might be able to find a suitable one for. Obviously, Mars-centric articles probably need to be kept to a minimum lest we confuse visitors to moonsociety.org...
- -- Strangelv 18:11, 10 May 2013 (UTC)
I though you might like an update on the science fiction project as there as been little action on your web site in some time.
New data from the LRO mission forced the complete redesign of the settlement that is the setting for most of the stories (the radiation shielding was inadequate). This work teamed with the opening up of e-publication pointed in a new direction. I am most happy to tell you that we now have an e-book out with five short stories specifically designed to build buy-in for space exploration among young adults.
More details can be found at:
"Hard Squared Science Fiction, Vol. 01", "The Dark of the Moon" http://woodwaredesigns.com/EBook/EBook.html
We are planning for a cooperative writing project in the Fall to create Vol. 02.
Please let me know if you would like a more detailed discussion on your Wiki.
Thanks, Tom Riley TomRiley@WoodwareDesigns.com --Jriley 12:57, 18 August 2013 (UTC)