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I'll work on this more tomorrow, I've got to get home. :) --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 00:04, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
 
I'll work on this more tomorrow, I've got to get home. :) --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 00:04, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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then the page will be too long. YH
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I am happy with the idea of providing too much information over too little. I threw in some extra pieces that if populated might help people make shopping decisions, which in my position (as someone who requests a lot of hardware per year), would be very useful. Be back tomorrow. --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 00:10, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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I just wanted to note: I have a lot of downtime at the office right now, which is why I'm working on this. :) --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 00:13, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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This is going really great so far. Thanks everyone for helping fill in the blanks. :) --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 13:06, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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If it is too long, we can still clear out the non interesting lines (a lot of them with (???) in them that are there as an example now) and we can split the whole page up into one page per architecture, or one per vendor, or whatever.. --[[User:Stepan|Stepan]] 13:10, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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If you add a board, it would be great to also add production status. I'm going to fill in the blanks on the rest of the Tyan motherboards right now, then start working on other makes I can find specs for, but if you add a board you know is no longer being sold or marketed, adding "(Out of Production)" to the title would be helpful to people looking to buy equipment. --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 15:56, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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I am out, likely for the rest of the day, doing my actual day job. I'm planning on getting back to this tonight or tomorrow. --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 20:26, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)
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I have been under one heck of a rough time the last few months. Sorry for the lack of updates. Someone hunted me down through my personal website and reminded me I had an obligation here. If anyone needs to employ a telecommuting linux hacker, let me know! --[[User:Jdarby|jdarby]] 05:26, 7 Sep 2005 (CEST)

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I'm filling in blanks for Tyan mainboards as an example, mostly because I know how to navigate the website. --jdarby 23:31, 1 Mar 2005 (CET)

I'll work on this more tomorrow, I've got to get home. :) --jdarby 00:04, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)


then the page will be too long. YH

I am happy with the idea of providing too much information over too little. I threw in some extra pieces that if populated might help people make shopping decisions, which in my position (as someone who requests a lot of hardware per year), would be very useful. Be back tomorrow. --jdarby 00:10, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)

I just wanted to note: I have a lot of downtime at the office right now, which is why I'm working on this. :) --jdarby 00:13, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)

This is going really great so far. Thanks everyone for helping fill in the blanks. :) --jdarby 13:06, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)

If it is too long, we can still clear out the non interesting lines (a lot of them with (???) in them that are there as an example now) and we can split the whole page up into one page per architecture, or one per vendor, or whatever.. --Stepan 13:10, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)


If you add a board, it would be great to also add production status. I'm going to fill in the blanks on the rest of the Tyan motherboards right now, then start working on other makes I can find specs for, but if you add a board you know is no longer being sold or marketed, adding "(Out of Production)" to the title would be helpful to people looking to buy equipment. --jdarby 15:56, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)


I am out, likely for the rest of the day, doing my actual day job. I'm planning on getting back to this tonight or tomorrow. --jdarby 20:26, 2 Mar 2005 (CET)


I have been under one heck of a rough time the last few months. Sorry for the lack of updates. Someone hunted me down through my personal website and reminded me I had an obligation here. If anyone needs to employ a telecommuting linux hacker, let me know! --jdarby 05:26, 7 Sep 2005 (CEST)