Recenty, some people - and I'm not gonna call them out - have been suspicious of everyone account that has joined lately due to fears of them being a sockpuppet.
I do not support this. It turns off new people. If i was accused of possibly being a sockpuppet after joining, I'd by pretty turned off! So would lots of others.
In addition, here's a point I just thought of - the latest troll has threatened to "destroy the wiki" or some such. If it goes on its current course, he will have gotten EXACTLY WHAT HE WANTED - the wiki will be dead thanks to his efforts.
Reacting the way we all are now is playing RIGHT INTO HIS HANDS.
Do you want to be acting like a troll would want to? NO!
So, stop being suspicious of new people. Please comment …Read more >
In the past few days, some other people and I have been working on a new and miproved version of the sheet analysis, which is basically a large table comparing many notations. As of now, all notations have been filled in up to \(\zeta_0\), with some going further.
The sheet can be found here:
I'm posting this here just because I think this would be a useful reference. In addition, I'm willing to let other people from the wiki have edit access if they wish, just let me know if you do.Read more >
Remember my UNAN calculator?
Well, another user (who made a calculator for xE# and letter notation up to H) and I have combined ours into one single calculator that can handle both notations. (It doesn't handle combined expressions where one notation is used as an argument for another yet, though.)
This calculator can be found here:
This is also an open project - if anyone else wants to make a calculator for a different notation, they just have to be invited to this project. If anyone is interested, let me know.Read more >
I've been working on a calculator to evaluate my array notation UNAN. Here is the link:
It only handles one entry arrays (FGH \(\omega\)) as of now, but I plan to code more later.
How it works is: In the first box, you type in the UNAN expression. in the second box, you type in a number. The "one step" utton simply does one step of applying the rules on the array, while the "calculate" button will do however many steps you typed in the second box. (This is done to prevent overflowing. NOte that typing in suitably large numbers for number of steps may cause your browser to freez, we apologize for the inconvenience.)
This is a cool thing, and I wonder if anyone else has tried something lik…Read more >
We have a vandal problem. A huge vandal problem.
So this anonymous user shows up and starts inserting HUGE amounts of profane content in various pages including one of my subpages.
And the worst thing is, this vandal is more persistent than most - he seems to be reverting some edits that reverted his vandalisms.
Someone please ban him, it's getting REALLY annoying.Read more >