Thank you to:
Everyone who reads all this stuff and adds value to the site.
Whoever added CategoryHomePage to my HomePage.
Whoever added "mailto:" to my email address.
A number of people who are going around cleaning up DeadPages ? AND the pages which cause them to be created through having enticing DanglingLink s.
A number of people who are keeping our FrontPage presentable.
All the WikiGnome s who clean up the bad English I write as a non-native (or native, for that matter).
WikiReader s who practice CriticalThinking and ask pertinent questions, and other members of the PositiveDialogueCommunity who come along and fill in the gaps
WikiZen demonstrated through ToFightEvilWorkOnTheGood deeds, particularly at times when some segments of the community become inwardly focused.
Those tireless WikiGnome s who are FixingLinks ToFightEvilWorkOnTheGood
Those tireless WikiGnome s who are finding the ISBNs for CategoryBook
Thank you Iain and Sunir, and a number of other people who have carefully remained nameless, for restoring the vandalized Wiki pages and thereby highlighting the attempt to remove the page describing the bug in PWS that makes it open to hacking.
The makers of OpenSource software.
Whoever is giving all the ExtremeProgrammingChallenge sub-pages more meaningful names. We'll get this Wiki cleaned up yet ...
Everyone who disagrees with things. It adds value. =)
KrisJohnson, for working hard to make the NewUserPages clearer and more to-the-point.
AndrewMartin, who drew attention to PepysWiki a freeware WysiWiki (We'll have to vote him an honorary human one of these days... say, after 200 years)
Whoever (okay, maybe it should be "whomever", but you can't fight Wiki Hall) deleted my WalledGarden. It was a major education. -- TomRossen
ThankYouSomebody ? because WikiIsWorking ?. I found a page on StarOffice using the search function and found useful information. ThankYou. -- JohnFletcher
Glad I found this site. I wasn't aware of Wiki things. Thanks for doing this.
Thank you for putting 'Thanks for ***** Edits' in the desktop tooltip of my Wiki shortcut (WindowsXP). It was most thoughtful and encouraging.
Thank you 220.127.116.11 for the thoughtful and (I think) balanced refactor of CriticalSuccessFactor.
From ThinkingOutLoud - Thanks, Donald, for cleaning up this page and making it more readable. In fact, you've made the page very much worth reading, and a joy to do so.
Thank You LayneThomas for establishing LaynesLaw and helping us all realize that language and perceived definitions are central to communication and understanding, for good or bad.
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