User talk:Chazegh

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Dear Chazegh,

Thank you for starting the Open Circuits wiki. This has a lot of potential. --DavidCary 19:37, 31 May 2006 (PDT)

Thank you for starting Open Circuits. I think one of the niftiest things about wiki (in general) is that even when the original person who started a project suddenly disappears -- changing jobs, moving to a different city, touring a distant country, adopting a child, joining a monastery, etc -- that it allows other people to immediately pick up the project, rather than starting from scratch.

So often people say "Wouldn't it be cool to build a ____?", but it never gets built. Perhaps they even take a few steps, but then it seems overwhelming. Wiki allows everyone to share shortcuts, tips, and pitfalls to avoid, and to improve the plans so they clearly describe exactly how simple it really is.

--DavidCary 07:08, 7 October 2006 (PDT)