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Lossless Backup of CDs
The guide is suppose to serve as the easiest way to achieve a perfect 1:1 copy of a CD which can be used practically. The article only uses EAC because EAC happens to be the best program for the job. These types of guides serve as a tutorial to accomplish a certain task and are not manuals explaining how to use a program. It was my intent to avoid using program names in the title because it's not about the program...it's about the technique. Philbar 02:22, 24 March 2007 (CDT)
Your guide only acts as way to create a lossless backup with EAC. If the intent was to create a guide that could be used with any program then the title would be more appropriate, however it's not so that's why it's best to label it as another EAC guide as there are countless number of them. If the guide were to incoporate other ways to create a lossless backup, such as with CDex or Max then name could be more general it possible to create a lossless backup with those programs as well. That's my opinion on this. --HotshotGG 21:22, 24 March 2007 (CDT)
Thanks --HotshotGG 16:10, 29 November 2006 (CDT)
Thanks for clearing up my pages. I like your bio and taste in music... --Icheyne 03:48, 29 November 2006 (CST)
2006-04-06 22h43 Norz: Hi! Best wishes to you & Vorbis! :)
They are "stupid" in a sense that HA does no co-exist on the large scale that wikipedia does. Some of your templates are useful, but we have no use for your templates and the fact that you wish to enforce them on others. This is the only way you are making contributions to the wiki. Quite frankly it's annoying our wiki editors, my self included. Maybe you care to actually write some pages? yes? When Beto contributed the Software Infobox to the community he did it out of necessity. HA does not run things in the same manner the way wikipedia does. It's based upon the best interest of the community at hand. Are References necessary for pages? yes? can we expand the wiki based upon the particular interest of the community as a whole? yes? we can. Do we need to strictly enforce rules on a grand scale? no. There are only four to five dedicated user that make contributions to our wiki anyhow do the due to the time needed and the technical skills required to translate complicated matters into plain english. --HotshotGG 16:19, 2 October 2006 (CDT)
You are just moving stuff around and maintaining things from what I can tell by those edits. You are just contributing to the templates/maintenence nothing else. If you are only job is police the wiki like, such expect to recieve more critisism. You single handledly violated the wiki policy anyway, by interjecting personal opinion into a page that was unecessary. Save your opionions for your own personal user page and respect other people space. Once you have done so I will be a little more polite. I think a few others would agree. --HotshotGG 17:25 2 October 2006 (CDT)
- That was before policy even existed here.
- Point me to the mystical "few others" you talk about, please.
Canar for example. It's very simple stay off my case and don't violate your own policies. --HotshotGG 16:26, 4 October 2006 (CDT)
I am through aruging about this, but the bottom line is you don't run this wiki. Jan is the only adminstrator here in charge of it. Stop being a pompous asshole acting like you do. It's a community wiki. --HotshotGG 16:19, 6 October 2006 (CDT)
- But isn't it funny how you force your viewpoint, contradicting yourself? Community wiki, indeed. Elliottmobile 06:03, 7 October 2006 (CDT)
I don't force my viewpoints on anyway. If they agree with me then it stands. I reserve that right, because I make major conntributions. If they don't agree with me they can fix or adjust the pages. Jan reserves that right too, he's the admin. Populean reserves that right as well, because he is a major contributer. You don't deserve any right, because you haven't made any significant contributions, you violate your own policies, and you edit this wiki like it's your own. You make more work for everyone else. --HotshotGG 14:06, 8 October 2006 (CDT)