User talk:Karsten Meyer

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Welcome and thanks

I'm just spending some time this morning thanking the newer/returned people who have been doing substantial work on the wiki lately. So, thanks, nice to have you here! --Larry Sanger 09:38, 17 November 2007 (CST)

From Wikipedia box

Hello. I saw that you copied a section from the Wikipedia article to our article Lucas sequence. If you do that, please make sure that you check the "Content is from Wikipedia?" box. You can find this box between the box where you type the text and the "save page" button on the edit page. I did this for you now, but please remember it for next time. Cheers, Jitse Niesen 10:59, 25 November 2007 (CST)

Formatierung von Artikel-Listen

Hallo Karsten, guck Dir doch mal Template:Rpl an - ich denke, das koennte die Formatierungen auf Deiner Nutzerseite uebersichtlicher machen. Beispiel:

  • Approved Article Prime number: A number that can be evenly divided by exactly two positive whole numbers, namely one and itself. [e].

Daniel Mietchen 07:37, 19 May 2008 (CDT)

Binomial coefficient

  • I hope you like my changes on binomial coefficient. If you have any questions don't hasitate to contact me.
  • Ich hoffe dir gefallen meine Änderungen am Artikel zum Binomialkoeffizient. Falls du Fragen hast, zögere nicht dich bei mir zu melden.
Alexander Wiebel 15:27, 8 June 2008 (CDT)
Sieht prima aus. Gefällt mir --Karsten Meyer 16:08, 10 June 2008 (CDT)


I noticed what you were doing on your user page and thought you might be interested in some templates that can read information from the article metadata. For example, {{WgTable}} will give the following output.


As the article status changes they automatically switch columns, however, there is a limit to the number of articles (100) that can used per template. Another possible template to use is {{Pl}}. It gives the following output where the pictograms can give a quick visual representation of an articles status:

Using commas to separate:

Legendre symbol, Stub Liver, Stub John Lennon, Stub Los Angeles, Stub Lucas number, Stub Manchester, Stub Paul McCartney, Stub Melbourne, Stub Methane, Stub Montreal, Stub Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Stub Munster

Using bullets:

Or using hyphens to separate:

Developing Article France - Developing Article Galileo Galilei - Developing Article Germany - C. S. Lewis - Clive Staples Lewis - Lion - Snake - Tiger - Developed Article Cat - Developed Article Charles Dickens - Developed Article New York City - Developed Article York - Approved Article DNA - Approved Article Dog - Approved Article Prime number - Approved Article Rottweiler -

Or finally a fuller version using the {{rpl}} that allows you to see definitions of terms, whether they are disambiguated or not and other information.

Let me know if you want more information. Chris Day 05:57, 24 November 2008 (UTC)

Lemmas starten

Hallo Karsten,

das geht am einfachsten, wenn Du die entsprechenden Artikelnamen zunächst per {{r}}-Template aufrufst (Muster: {{r|Claude Debussy}}). Das gibt dann:

Von da aus lässt sich ganz einfach die Definition starten, und auf deren Basis dann der Lemma-Artikel. --Daniel Mietchen 14:29, 2 August 2010 (UTC)