Please read Esolang:Policy; in particular, creating categories without discussing them first is not a good idea. (Someone got banned for it once a few years ago, for several hours, if I remember correctly, despite the categories eventually gaining consensus when they were discussed.) Also note that this is a wiki about esoteric programming languages, not a wiki about itself. Things like Category:Stub are unavoidable, more or less, for use in proper maintanence, but try to keep metadata out of article-space where possible. (The Esolang: namespace is for this, but again it's probably unwise to add things there without discussion. Your userspace is a valid place to post comments about which articles you think are good (which is subjective anyway), but try not to spam up Recent Changes too much.) --ais523 19:18, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
Plethora of user pages
That you have enough user pages to warrant a sitemap is quite worrying; surely you could split it into one or two? I mean, it's not like they're very long. Thanks! tusho (talk · contribs) 21:28, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
When we first saw all the esco links on the articles wayback the whole IRC room had a good laugh at EsCo's expense and at the spammy nature of the links. (I believe ihope or ais523 were present at the time, nonetheless, a sizable portion of the community (i.e. the only active portion) was present.) I set to the task of removing them and finished and that was that. (EsCo then turned into a minor meme in the IRC channel.) I noticed you'd added them again, so removed them again (after chuckling a bit). Slereah noticed just now and joked about it some more.
Please don't spam your interpreter's site links. It's fine but it doesn't have a place in the articles of languages. (P.S. Byter is not a language for training your brain. It is a language whose mechanics involve training artificial brains. Also note that we have nothing against EsCo, just its spammy links that amused us a bit as it's the first time that's ever happened to us.) tusho (talk · contribs) 20:35, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
Hi, I noticed you spotted a dead link in the Processor/1 article. I uploaded the file on my new server and fixed the link. Thanks.
I also added a link to my crude .Net implementation of a P/1 Machine. --Sigfb05 19:45, 13 February 2009 (UTC)