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:In his defense theres a lot of useful info that could be included, like what is lfo, when valve says spinup... what do they mean? Instead of forcing everyone to experiment and research including more of the information like that might be usefull. --[[User:Angry Beaver|Angry Beaver]] 12:09, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)
 
:In his defense theres a lot of useful info that could be included, like what is lfo, when valve says spinup... what do they mean? Instead of forcing everyone to experiment and research including more of the information like that might be usefull. --[[User:Angry Beaver|Angry Beaver]] 12:09, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)
 
::I disagree; that stuff really isn't useful. ;) Also, no one's forcing anyone. If the information isn't there, then it isn't there. You can fill it in yourself or move on. You're not supposed to blame this entire wiki community for its inability to cater to your specific problems, because that's called "whining." --'''[[User:Campaignjunkie|Campaignjunkie]]''' <sup>([[User talk:Campaignjunkie|talk]])</sup> 12:17, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)
 
::I disagree; that stuff really isn't useful. ;) Also, no one's forcing anyone. If the information isn't there, then it isn't there. You can fill it in yourself or move on. You're not supposed to blame this entire wiki community for its inability to cater to your specific problems, because that's called "whining." --'''[[User:Campaignjunkie|Campaignjunkie]]''' <sup>([[User talk:Campaignjunkie|talk]])</sup> 12:17, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)
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I think you've really missed the point here, and would do [http://developer.valvesoftware.com/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Campaignjunkie&curid=2681&diff=0&oldid=50373&rcid=60942 well to calm down]. The Wiki is the product of the people that contribute to it. People the same as you, who take a few minutes or hours out of their day to add to what's here, for no reason other than that it will help out people the same as you. There is no one here who magically knows the answers to the questions you have, and who is withholding information. There is no standard that the Wiki has to attain. It's entirely a glass-half-full proposition. What's here helps you out (for example, try finding info about the [[Ambient_generic#Flags|flags for ambient_generic]] in Hammer). What's not, well you're no worse off than you were before. If you want to know about stuff but can't find it, there are [[Help Desk|ways and means]] of asking. Insulting the people who spend their free time making your life easier (even if it isn't easy enough for you) isn't really going to help anyone. --[[User:Giles|Giles]] 04:01, 18 Feb 2007 (PST)

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Well what did you expect to find, whats missing, if you know something that isn't here then you should write it as thats the point of a wiki. If you want something ask, don't complain. --Angry Beaver 19:06, 16 Feb 2007 (PST)

Fair comment, but thats some work to overhual, any particular entities in mind that should undergo the process first? I think its something that should be done so starting a slow rollout of the improvement would be the way to go. --Angry Beaver 20:51, 16 Feb 2007 (PST)

What's missing in ambient_generic? It's almost exactly the same usage as in HL1 - in fact, it's probably even easier with the addition of a sound browser in Hammer. Geez, simmer down a few notches and use some common sense. Oh, and welcome. --Campaignjunkie (talk) 12:07, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)

In his defense theres a lot of useful info that could be included, like what is lfo, when valve says spinup... what do they mean? Instead of forcing everyone to experiment and research including more of the information like that might be usefull. --Angry Beaver 12:09, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)
I disagree; that stuff really isn't useful. ;) Also, no one's forcing anyone. If the information isn't there, then it isn't there. You can fill it in yourself or move on. You're not supposed to blame this entire wiki community for its inability to cater to your specific problems, because that's called "whining." --Campaignjunkie (talk) 12:17, 17 Feb 2007 (PST)

I think you've really missed the point here, and would do well to calm down. The Wiki is the product of the people that contribute to it. People the same as you, who take a few minutes or hours out of their day to add to what's here, for no reason other than that it will help out people the same as you. There is no one here who magically knows the answers to the questions you have, and who is withholding information. There is no standard that the Wiki has to attain. It's entirely a glass-half-full proposition. What's here helps you out (for example, try finding info about the flags for ambient_generic in Hammer). What's not, well you're no worse off than you were before. If you want to know about stuff but can't find it, there are ways and means of asking. Insulting the people who spend their free time making your life easier (even if it isn't easy enough for you) isn't really going to help anyone. --Giles 04:01, 18 Feb 2007 (PST)