User talk:NBuccalo

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Ancient Egypt Architecture[edit]

Hello, I can see your grate efforts in that project. But I would like to recomend you, to use internal links instad of external using URL. You can also link to Wikipedia using the prefix "w". Let me show you this example: Djoser was King of Upper and Lower Egypt in ca. 2680 BCE. Djoser was the first king of the 3rd dynasty. The construction and development of the pyramid complex is generally attributed to the architect Imhotep. Link to Imhotep is done via [[w:Imhotep|Imhotep]]. Less URL links, better Wikiversity performing. Thanks and a lot of stamina to continue in the project.--Juan de Vojníkov 19:57, 5 February 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for the tip. This is my first project on Wiki... there are lots of links to create but I will try an do internal links as much as possible in the future. Stamina, I've got that, it's time on all the projects I do that will determine how fast this can evolve into a complete project. What you are looking at is just a preface to all the work we hope to accomplish. Thanks again. --NBuccalo 15:35, 6 February 2009 (UTC)

Huh, preface? Well, it sounds on day, it will be the great project.--Juan de Vojníkov 20:24, 6 February 2009 (UTC)

Preface wasn't the correct word to use, this is more of a solid foundation of factual information including timelines and evolution of design and details. Many AE artifacts are hard to understand 'out of context' to when they were first built. By looking at how things evolved, one can understand what changes were made, what was important and how the Ancient Egyptians interpreted things. Hopefully our effort will become a great source for further understanding for anyone with an interest. Our theoretical site is Set In Stone which we launched just a week or so ago. You're welcome to join. At this stage we are simply dumping the info we have, just to consolidate things. Eventually we will work on the different aspects and bring it together with our Wikiversity effort... oops, there it is, another external link :-| Thanks for the encouragement. --NBuccalo 23:37, 6 February 2009 (UTC)