- You're welcome! I wondered what you thought about my replacing pointers by names, I thought it seemed more intuitive given the context-sensitivity. Also whether I got anything wrong about how the language works.
- Next time I do a major edit by pasting into vim, I'll have to remember to :set paste to avoid inserting line breaks. The diffs got all messed up, and I just discovered the author link was broken. --Ørjan 20:04, 12 Jun 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for sorting out a page for me. It's quite generous of you. --Thematrixeatsyou 06:33, 1 Aug 2006 (UTC)
Thank you for the Puzzlang edits! I hadn't thought of the triangle approach. I will leave in the toroidal geometry, for short minimalist programs (obfuscated Puzzlang?). Daedalus 00:47, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
- I hope you'll be even more impressed with what I'm currently designing, in which case the answer will be "yes". :) --Ørjan 15:41, 14 May 2009 (UTC)
The Haskell TM->Geom compiler you added to Geom is ingenious! Awesome work. I had wondered whether the call stack would be sufficient to emulate a two-way tape, but I couldn't work out the details. Tzec 13:04, 1 October 2011 (UTC)
- Thanks! I got a lot of experience with that technique during my Underload experiments. :) --Ørjan 21:38, 1 October 2011 (UTC)
184.108.40.206 01:55, 19 November 2014 (UTC)
Thank you very much for the formatting help on Micro! That is the first page I've ever created, and I don't really know how to operate the editor yet. Thanks, again! --raddish0 --(this comment by Raddish0 at 20:18, 5 June 2017 UTC; please sign your comments with ~~~~)
- 1 Template:License problem
- 2 Who's the anal-retentive one?
- 3 For he's a jolly good fellow
- 4 Thank you
- 5 User: prefix
- 6 And another thanks!
- 7 I hate using wikis as a form of interpersonal communication
- 8 "copyvio" for User:NSQX/NBF2C.c?
- 9 For future reference
- 10 Thanks for help!
- 11 Turing completeness
- 12 Deletion Request
- 13 All links gone dead
Oerjan, you are a fine, fine, person, and I appreciate your contributions to this wiki, so don't take this personally. But Template:License problem is just silly. If someone posts copyrighted material here, we need to delete it ASAP, not keep it around and put it on display! We can re-add it if the author agrees, of course. I would've thought that was obvious. Maybe you have a good reason for this template, one that hasn't occurred to me -- if so, please say it here. I'll leave the template around for now just in case. --Graue 05:08, 3 Aug 2006 (UTC)
- You are probably right, and besides you obviously have final say in this wiki's policy. What made me do this was that the person who entered the material seemed to be the copyright holder, so I thought it was less urgent than usual, and I got the idea of making a warning first. --Ørjan 19:59, 3 Aug 2006 (UTC)
Who's the anal-retentive one?
OK, now seeing as I have made a CPU architecture, someone may just steal it (grrr chinese) and use it in their CPU... "Ooooh, I can't be fucked making an arch, I'll just steal this poor guy's one." Now, compared against public domain...
- It has one catch: you must include that quote if you wish to redistribute it.
That is my one right. 191 bytes. It's like public domain in these ways (with slight exceptions):
- You can distribute it, modify it, make deriative works with it (with the condition in this case).
- You can slap another license on it. (Just keep that license with it.)
- You can piss on it, stick it in a blender, call it something else. (It just needs that quote)
The one thing you can't do is claim that it's yours. Well you can try, but have a look at the license, and you'll see why it can't be done practically.
I would call it "named public domain." And yet, you didn't do anything with my other langs. What the fuck?! You'd even fuck over an article that had a Creative Commons SA license (FYI: that is "no rights except the fact that it must stay no rights") or a green copyright (the copyright owner has released all rights).
My opinion: One goat.
--GreaseMonkey 01:27, 28 Nov 2006 (UTC)
- It has been decided that the contents of this wiki should be public domain. You are certainly within your right to use a different license, but then please put it on a separate web site and link to it instead. --Rune 11:49, 28 Nov 2006 (UTC)
Well, I did give a warning once (see the Template discussion above), and then Graue thought I was silly and should have deleted it outright, so this time I did. Sorry for infuriating you, but this is site policy, and if we didn't have a common license the site might turn into (even more of) a mess. We can't please everybody all the time. And of course I am anal-retentive, I am a nerd you know. :) --Ørjan 02:17, 29 Nov 2006 (UTC)
For he's a jolly good fellow
Thanks Oerjan for correcting the typos in the ACRONYM spec, having broken and dislocated my fifth finger (no, really), it would have been excruciatingly painful for me to fix them (no, really) :) -- Hiato 14:53, 25 January 2008 (UTC)
- Ok, but I feel like it's a weird policy. The articles look like drafts with this prefix. --Piglop 15:33, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
And another thanks!
Thanks for helping me on wikifying the article about tubes! yours Rm minusrf slash
I hate using wikis as a form of interpersonal communication
You may be anal-retentive, but apparently not anal-retentive enough to keep the email address on your home page up to date! What manner of perfidious chicanery is this perfidious chicanery? Please email me your working email address, if you have one. Thank you kindly. Sincerely, the guy who emailed Ørjan only to receive a 554 User Account has Expired response from nvg.ntnu.no, November somethingth, 2010
- Sorry, I honestly cannot manage to handle this right now. --Ørjan 04:45, 17 November 2010 (UTC)
- :( --Chris Pressey 04:50, 17 November 2010 (UTC)
- Hope you're okay/feeling better/whatever soon. :( —ehird 15:22, 17 November 2010 (UTC)
Account is working again! --Ørjan 12:38, 25 November 2010 (UTC)
- As they say, "w00t". --Chris Pressey 19:43, 25 November 2010 (UTC)
"copyvio" for User:NSQX/NBF2C.c?
Well, I copied /brainfuck/impl/BF2C.c in the Esoteric File Archive and clearly said that I copied that file, so how is that a copyright violation? Also, the original website that hosted it, brainfuck.ca, no longer exists so I can't ask the original author for permission. --NSQX 10:14, 7 April 2012 (UTC)
- Turns out that copyright violations aren't allowed even if you openly acknowledge they're copyright violations. 220.127.116.11 11:33, 7 April 2012 (UTC)
(To NSQX.) It is indeed a copyright violation. The original author of the work, Thomas Cort, has let anyone look at and use the work, but there are conditions attached in its license, the GPL. Among these are that any derivative work of the work (such as your NBF2C) are also licensed under the GPL, and that the copyright status is clear.
This wiki doesn't allow information (code, text or otherwise) with copyright status other than public domain. As a result, we don't host GPLed code here. The Esoteric File Archive does allow the hosting of GPLed code, so it would be a more appropriate place.
Also, you've edited out the original copyright notice and license, which is a GPL violation in its own right. The original author has copyright over their contribution to the work even if you make a derivative of it, regardless of whether their website is still online or whether it exists at all. (You have copyright over your changes to it, but as it's based on an original GPLed work, you must license your changes under the GPL yourself to be able to use it.) The resulting program needs a copyright header the same as the one in the original, except that you can change the name of the program, and should have two Copyright (C) lines, one for the original author's copyright, one for your own.
I'm going to blank the page again, because it's violating the wiki's copyright rules. We'll give you some time to copy the file from the page history back to your local computer, in case you don't have a copy yourself. --ais523 17:45, 7 April 2012 (UTC)
- Right; the GPL allows people to use the code to create new programs, but you have to retain the full attribution and licensing information from the original program, and you must license your new program itself under the GPL. The easiest way to do this would be to modify the start of the licensing header to look something like this:
* NBF2C * Copyright (C) 2012 NSQX * Based on BF2C, copyright (C) 2003 Thomas Cort
- (It's okay to remove the additional information in the second comment, just not the licensing header itself.) Once you've made that change, you can get it into the file archive by emailing a copy to Graue, who maintains the archive; his email address is available at http://esoteric.voxelperfect.net/. As well as allowing copyrighted content, it's also generally more organised and well-suited for storing files than the wiki. Of course, once it's available in the file archive, it's perfectly fine for you to link that file from your wiki user page; we just can't have copyrighted material directly on the wiki. —ehird 17:53, 7 April 2012 (UTC)
Thanks for editing my article DL
For future reference
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Thanks for help!
I wouldn't mind if you tested one of my (My only) languages, Quiney. I hope I did a good enough job explaining it, if it's hard to understand what I meant, I'd love it if you'd say why in the discussions! Nathanator1416j (talk) 19:17, 11 March 2014 (UTC)
- Funny, I always thought it was "Turning"... Nathanator1416j (talk) 12:54, 12 March 2014 (UTC)
It seems that your esoteric page and all the links to programs and interpreters have gone dead. I hope they will return soon! If I recall correctly I noticed this a few days ago (but it could be less than that). I know it's a very short time but I thought I might just as well tell about it since you might not even have noticed it. --Keymaker (talk) 15:53, 7 December 2017 (UTC)