Alexander Burger <> writes:

Hi Alex,

> recently the Wikipedia PicoLisp article was marked as lacking "full
> citations" and/or "inline citations".
> I must say that I don't understand it. Reading the Wikipedia guidelines
> doesn't enlight me at all. What exactly needs to be done? Does anybody
> know, or even dare to fix it?

I'm not involved with Wikipedia, so maybe others can fix it, but I
understand the 'missing inline citation' part:


| BURGER (1997) describes the core elements of PicoLisp: [..]. It can be
| used for very efficient web application programming (BURGER 2009). [...]

[These explicit references to the sources of the information given in the
text are missing]


| BURGER 1997: Title....
| BURGER 2009: Title....



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