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User talk:Cloudius

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Removing Kotin syntax highlighting?[edit]

Hi, just wondering if you realized the implications of changing the <lang *> tags for the Kotlin entries. The <lang> tag only controls which syntax highlighting configuration is used. It doesn't matter which one is used, but if there isn't one specifically set up for some particular language, a configuration for a similar language can be substituted. There isn't a configuration file for Kotlin, and some experimentation showed that the Scala configuration is a pretty close match, so that highlighting scheme has been used. The main effect of changing <lang scala> to <lang kotlin> in the Kotlin entries is that Kotlin no longer has syntax highlighting. --Thundergnat (talk) 13:42, 3 June 2018

Scala entry was NOT erased.[edit]

The Scala entry was NOT erased. I rolled back the edit to a previous version due to all of the unnecessary and seemingly random changes you made throughout the page to the task description and other entries. I hoped that you would realize your error and simply update the Scala entry. Apparently not. I have rolled back the other edits again but kept your Scala updates. --Thundergnat (talk) 19:20, 10 June 2018 (UTC)

I also don't appreciate your unnecessary and seemingly random changes made throughout Rosetta Code tasks and the task decription and other entries, especially under the guise of "adding a Scala entry".   If you going to   add   an entry, don't make a mass (or even a few) of other changes to seeming random language entries (or the task's preamble) without stating what was being done (or accomplished), and hopefully, you would would include the reasons for making the changes.   Edit-wars such as this   (just undoing someone else's undoing of your useless or damaging changes)   shouldn't be allowed here on Rosetta Code, but perhaps a Rosetta Code admininstrator(s) could step in and voice their concerns of your type of behavior.   I've reverted many of your useless changes (regarding the Rosetta Code task Chebyshev coefficients), and you just undid my undoing (and in another case, you twice undid my undoing of my restoration of your useless or damaging changes), and almost always, without comment or a summary.   Now, after your last undoing of my restoration, you have become childish and starting with snide remarks and name-calling.   There is no need for being spiteful, ill tempered, or ill behaved such as you are demonstrating.   If you want to discuss such boorish behavior, leaving such comments in a (change) summary is not the place for being snippy, insulting, or demeaning.   Your unfortunate ill-tempered remarks cannot be elided.   These unnecessary and random changes are just wasting everybody else's time and effort (in undoing your updates and/or damage), and also you are (unfortunately) demonstrating to the world what Rosetta Code is   NOT   about.   You are also demonstrating behaviour very similar to another bygone user who wasted a lot of everyone's precious time.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 22:05, 17 July 2018 (UTC)

I see you are up to your old tricks, saying you're adding a Scala entry   (seven eleven times today, on or about August 22, 2019),   then making random changes to other (following) entries, mainly Sidef   and   Tcl,   but since you're doing a global edit,   some changes are hard to see what other entries are being changed/modified.   If you are saying that you're added a Scala entry, then keep your changes to Scala.   Please re-read the previous paragraph.     -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 21:17, 22 August 2019 (UTC)

Destructive edits, poor attitude.[edit]

I am getting tired of your destructive edits bordering on vandalism. If examples can be improved, fine, improve them, but disparaging remarks help no-one and just make you look like a jerk. You've already been perma-banned as Siskus for similar behaviour. Continue your present course and your Cloudius account will also start accumulating bans. --Thundergnat (talk) 19:57, 22 July 2018 (UTC)

Since Claudis seems to have a particular destructive campaign (or so it seems to me) against REXX entries), those changes are viewed by me as vandalism, or at the best, retaliatory.   I waste a lot of time either un-doing or re-editing the destructive changes.   Almost always, those changes are accompanied by other changes or an addition of a Scala entry, so I couldn't just revert the multiple updates simply by an un-do.   Siskus has been making more destructive type changes to the Wikepedia Wikipedia entry for Rosetta Code), which I have been updating every so often concerning the number of Rosetta Code tasks (and draft tasks), the number of programming languages, and the total number of computer programming language entries.   I had also expanded the list of some of the common and popular computer programming languages on Rosetta Code   (with links to Wikipedia computer programming languages entries).   Siskus has been deleting links, deleting some text concerning some of the most popular languages on Rosetta Code, and introduced bad (dead) or non-existant links.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 22:53, 22 July 2018 (UTC)

I have checked it once more but I have certainly NOT changed to content. Maybe you need a new pair of glasses but IMHO terms as destructive edits or vandalism are misplaced. You are reacting also very aggressively. The only thing you do, I am afraid ,is making a fool of yourself by showing not to know how things work. Even you spell the word Wikipedia wrong, mention RC template code as HTML and so on… Greetings --Cloudius (talk) 06:25, 23 July 2018 (UTC)

For future reference, any massive unnecessary edits you make to an entire page while adding a task will be summarily reverted. If you continue to do so, you will get a suspension. You have been notified.--Thundergnat (talk) 20:07, 22 July 2018 (UTC)

I am protesting, I have n't deleted no content whatsoever. I think you are overreacting. I notice that RosettaCode has a bad presentation on Apple IPhones and others. What could be done about it? I don't cope our remark about Sisjus. Sincerely yours,--Cloudius (talk) 20:35, 22 July 2018 (UTC)

Dude. Your github repositories are public. Both your Cloudius and Siskus Rosettacode contributions are publicly viewable. Don't pretend you don't know who Siskus is. Don't worry though, I forked them in case they accidentally get deleted. --Thundergnat (talk) 21:51, 22 July 2018 (UTC)
Also note that the userid   Przjevalski   (an alias of Siskus) is being used on Wikipedia to maliciously change the Rosetta Code entry by deleting links, added dead links, and changing the intent of the text that describes the commonly known computer programming languages section.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 20:02, 24 July 2018 (UTC)
And what has that to do with me. The lying bloke could even spell the words correctly. --Cloudius (talk) 15:35, 26 July 2018 (UTC)

I am afraid you are very wrong. Those mentioned accounts whether they exists or not not are not related to me. I wonder how RC comply to the EU's GDPR Act. I will ask our Münich authorities about that. Sincerely --Cloudius (talk) 05:56, 23 July 2018 (UTC)

Claudis:     Your statement about not deleting any content whatsoever isn't true.   But, I don't want make this issue any more inflammatory than it already is.   There is no reason to start a debate and argue the particulars.   But you are definately causing a lot of work for people to undo your damage and other unnecessary blanket changes.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 22:53, 22 July 2018 (UTC)
Also, what is the purpose and/or meaning of the multiple   {{trans|xxx}}   statements.   Was this meant to be some kind of prank or joke?   Either way, it sets a bad tone for Rosetta Code.   Your Scala example/entry looks nothing like the two dozen computer language entries that are listed.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 22:53, 22 July 2018 (UTC)

deleting comments and/or queries from this talk page[edit]

Claudis:   You are not supposed to delete comments or queries from a talk page, even if you disagree with them or not.   Deleting queries will just make people think you are trying to bury your head in the sand.   This is the place for people to (among other things) to make comments, pose questions, and to find out what your reasons are for some of your (questionable?) actions.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 06:17, 23 July 2018 (UTC)

If you delete my comments/questions again, I'll just have to re-instate them (again).   This is the place for other people to make comments and pose questions (mostly to/about you).   This is also the place to   answer   queries directed to you.   This is the polite and grown-up thing to do.   Please try to maintain civility here on Rosetta Code.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 06:27, 23 July 2018 (UTC)

I am sorry about that, but is was only mend as damage control for you. --Cloudius (talk) 06:49, 23 July 2018 (UTC)

Deleting people's comments and/or queries isn't doing   damage control   (?)   for me or anybody else.   Please be respectful of other people's opinions, especially if they are posing questions to you.   -- Gerard Schildberger (talk) 20:10, 24 July 2018 (UTC)

Hi Claudius[edit]

Maybe it's time for us to say "Thank you, but no thanks". You seem to be a divisive force in the community not willing to join in. After changing an entry which seemed to be an unsubtle attempt to lable other entries dumb. I thought a discussion might be enough. But not now. Do the mature thing and move on.

Scala categories[edit]

Hi, I see you have created several Scala category pages today. would you tell me what you intend doing with them as I can't remember such being in place for other languages and would like to understand more.
Thanks --Paddy3118 (talk) 20:13, 5 September 2019 (UTC)

Hi Patrick, it's Work in Progress. I'am intending to map to explicit as well as implicit libraries, also as part of my research at the Frauenthaler Institut in Zürich (CH).

What others have contributed is their business, although some using a lot of whitespace which makes the webpage terrible especially as been seen on a smartphone. E.g. the RC search result page of a word like "file". Sincerly --Cloudius (talk) 10:23, 10 September 2019 (UTC)