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indywiki

   0.9.9  

KDE Education

Score 74%
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Link:  http://indywiki.sf.net
Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  1065
Submitted:  Oct 20 2007
Updated:  May 15 2008

Description:

indywiki aims to explore different ways of browsing the wikipedia universe! It need python and pyqt4 and is developed at http://indywiki.sourceforge.net




Changelog:

Main features include navigation via text links, in addition to image links, visual clues for distinguishing between native images (images in the current page) and non-native images (images in pages linked to and from the current page) and changes that make the program faster and more customisable!




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 I love it

 
 by troorl13 on: Nov 2 2007
 
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Great app! Thanks :)


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 problem file

 
 by mgogoulos on: Nov 12 2007
 
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There was a silly bug on 0.9.1.tar that is now fixed. Please download the new package. Kind apologies, Markos


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 language selection

 
 by SputnikRock on: Dec 3 2007
 
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The program is interesting. Maybe really a good application to clear own thoughts!

For non english wikipedias I wish for a function that indywikia will remember an already chosen language for the next time.


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 Wrong Category?

 
 by leviathan2 on: Dec 14 2007
 
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Should this really be in the "KDE Education" category?

WIkipedia is not a reliable source of anything but merely a posting place for personal opinion. All you need is a link to another unverifiable source in order to get your propaganda included there.

Who is expected to be educated with unverifiable information and disorganized mayhem?

Maybe this should be moved to "Other Software".


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 wikipedia reliabilit

 
 by mgogoulos on: Dec 14 2007
 
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leviathan,

This is your PERSONAL opinion. I strongly disagree, that wikipedia is an unreliable source. I can also point you to scientific publications that show wikipedia's reliability. And also I have contacted people from kde-apps and they suggested that KDE education is the best place for indywiki project.

regards


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 Re: wikipedia reliabilit

 
 by leviathan2 on: Dec 14 2007
 
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Wikipedia is NOT a reliable nor scientific source. It is not accredited by anyone or any agency. This is typical Wikipedia user mentality to cite bogus and unverified "studies" to bolster the claims of bogus and unverified "articles". It's circular logic.

Wikipedia demonstrates a pattern of sloppiness, indifference to basic scholarly standards, and flagrant errors so numerous that it completely invalidates its "supposed" information.


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 Re: Re: wikipedia reliabilit

 
 by leviathan2 on: Dec 14 2007
 
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By the way, before mgogoulos comes back and cites the same old inaccurate study by "Nature Science Journal" that all Wikipedia apologists bring up, take a look at this 20 page report refuting it's findings: http://www.wikipedia-watch.org/refute.pdf

Then go look at this site that has recorded just a small percentage of the vandalism that takes place daily on wikipedia. http://www.wikipedia-watch.org/vandals.html

Then maybe you should call John Seigenthaler Sr. or a thousand other victims and ask them about Wikipedia accuracy.

Yeah, real educational. We should get this into the the minds of school children right away.


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 of course unreliable

 
 by whiskybar on: Dec 18 2007
 
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Everyone questions relevancy of search results given by Google yet everyone uses it and creates applications using it. Let us write applications and leave judgments up to their users.

Anyway, I would put indywiki into the category Office | Text Processing where other readers reside.


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 Re: of course unreliable

 
 by leviathan2 on: Dec 20 2007
 
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What a ridiculous arguement. That is like comparing apples and oranges. Google is a search engine that looks for keywords. It doesn't make factual findings or validate the accuracy of websites it indexes. It is a search tool only.

Wikipedia pretends to be an encyclopedia but it is ANYTHING BUT ACCURATE.


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 Re: of course unreliable

 
 by leviathan2 on: Dec 20 2007
 
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Using phrases like "everyone" does this or "everyone" does that is what even wikipedia calls "Weasel Words."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weasel_words

With people like you reading and writing at wikipedia, it is clear why it will never be a valid source of information.


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