User talk:Sparkfun

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Hey - things I'd like to see:

Number of items in a specific category next to the category. For instance:

(13) Passives - Picture
Capacitors, Resistors, etc

The navigation bar on the left side has many problems:
Get rid of donations, random page, recent changes, current event, and potentially community portal. Help is good, but should be called 'What is this place?'.
We really need a nav tree for everything. I want to 'shop' around instead of just click forward and backward.

Don't get rid of Recent Changes, IMHO, it's important for people to be able to figure out what's going on on a wiki. --Wiml 21:02, 5 February 2006 (PST)

Yea - you're right. But I'd still like to see some sort of navigation tree.

Yes, navigation is good. Certainly we need to get rid of the sidebar links that go to a "page" that doesn't yet exist. But some people say "tree" is overrated. http://communitywiki.org/HierarchyConsideredHarmful , http://communitywiki.org/AlternativesToHierarchy . --DavidCary 07:34, 11 May 2007 (PDT)


Moments ago I made the article SparkFun redirect to your user page. Want to slap a "sparkfun electronics" logo on your user page? That would make it parallel to the Mouser and Samtec and the others listed as supplier or manufacturers.

Or would you prefer to have a SparkFun page dedicated to the company, completely independent from the User:Sparkfun page dedicated to you as a person? --DavidCary 07:34, 11 May 2007 (PDT)

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