User talk:Pedro.Gonnet

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Hi Pedro, Welcome to Wikiversity. I noticed your forceful but illumination introduction to Scientific Computing. Do you think participants in scientific computing methods and algorythms would be interesting in helping us set up a distributed computing system for Wikiversity participants attempting to do actual number crunching in labs or learning projects? I am envisioning eventually a BOINC supercomputing@home style virtual supercomputer [[1]] [[2]] that Wikiversity participants can support and use for various purposes. One of the first might be actual testing of methods and algorythms for parallel or distributed processing. A good long term goal for Wikiversity or not? I am interested in your current assessment or opinion. Feel free to change it in the future. Mirwin 08:57, 19 December 2006 (UTC)

Image copyright problems[edit]

Your currently affected uploads are listed below. For each, please provide a license template and source. Thanks .– Mike.lifeguard | @en.wb 23:59, 13 February 2008 (UTC)

User:Pedro.Gonnet/Programming in Zonnon[edit]

Are you interested in developing User:Pedro.Gonnet/Programming in Zonnon and putting it in the main space? I'm trying to write an English Wikipedia article on Zonnon

Thanks WhisperToMe (discusscontribs) 02:32, 31 May 2013 (UTC)