[racket-dev] Wikipedia page

2010-06-08 Thread John Clements
I've taken a first crack at creating a Racket (programming language) page in wikipedia, simply by copying the first few chunks of the PLT Scheme page. This is a bit experimental, because it may be that Wikipedia has an existing mechanism for renaming, so I figured I'd just spend five minutes

Re: [racket-dev] Wikipedia page

2010-06-08 Thread Eli Barzilay
On Jun 8, John Clements wrote: Followup: I renamed DrScheme to DrRacket without incident. [...] I changed two more references -- specifically, having a [[DrScheme]] reference that goes back to the same place looked redundant. A couple of questions: 1) In sentences such as DrScheme is a

Re: [racket-dev] Wikipedia page

2010-06-08 Thread Matthias Felleisen
On Jun 8, 2010, at 3:28 PM, John Clements wrote: 1) In sentences such as DrScheme is a part of PLT Scheme, I'm guessing this should turn into DrRacket is a part of the Racket project, or something similar. DrRacket is PLT's IDE for the Racket programming language. 2) More generally,

Re: [racket-dev] Wikipedia page

2010-06-08 Thread Eli Barzilay
On Jun 8, Matthias Felleisen wrote: Can't we just use the examples from our web site in a two-column format? I think that the expectation is for a more conventional kind of hello world thing. But given that in many repl-based languages that's going to be just hello world then it's

Re: [racket-dev] Wikipedia page

2010-06-08 Thread Eli Barzilay
On Jun 8, Matthias Felleisen wrote: We don't have to be exactly like others, we're different. The wikipedia case is working under rules of a different body, therefore we have to follow their rules. Otherwise it won't be nice to spend some work making some nice table of example and see it

Re: [racket-dev] Wikipedia page

2010-06-08 Thread Ryan Culpepper
Eli Barzilay wrote: On Jun 8, Matthias Felleisen wrote: Can't we just use the examples from our web site in a two-column format? I think that the expectation is for a more conventional kind of hello world thing. But given that in many repl-based languages that's going to be just hello