Categories for products
The page for FRED isn't in a category. There are index-like pages for hardware and software vendors but no category or index for products. Should FRED really have it's own page, or instead listed briefly under a product page? (And is the vendor page getting large enough for a split?)
- --JohnJ 07:55, 4 September 2008 (UTC) (UTC is the only real time zone :-)
Mutt Header Format corrections
Thank you for your corrections, i'm not realy good with english :( if you wont to jabber me try: fishor.bug.track # gmail # com
- My pleasure! Jessek 09:16, 8 August 2007 (PDT)
Just wanted to drop by and say "Hello". That, and to see who the people maintaining and editing this wiki are and all that, you know. :-). Anyway, I've enjoyed using Foremost so thanks for that too. -cmihai 00:49, 20 December 2007 (PST)
'...Your changes to Cellebrite UFED were contrary to the nature of this wiki. The objective nature of the wiki precludes your posting of press-release quality material. I have reverted the changes and protected the page against further updates. Jessek 14:40, 17 February 2009 (UTC)...'
With all your years of experience and study you have Jesse, I would have thought that you would have worked out more diplomatic ways of find out information than to delete my entire entry - and then block me from my own page.
1. How is the page contrary when it is based on the existing .XRY page?
2. How is anything i wrote 'pre-release' if it has been released?
Should non-computer forensics be regarded as vandalism? Simsong 02:52, 6 October 2009 (UTC)
- While perhaps not 'vandalism' per se, I don't think we should have articles on non-computer forensics topics. If the topic is borderline, such as fingerprint forensics, we should delete, but perhaps with not such a harsh term. Jessek 01:31, 9 October 2009 (UTC)
Jessee — we are still getting about 1-2 spam messages a day, always from newly created accounts. Any suggestions for what to do? Simsong 15:32, 14 December 2009 (UTC)
- Can we interrupt the pattern of newly created accounts used immediately to create new pages? Is it possible to limit new page creation to users who have been registered for, say, 48 hours? Require an email address verification to create an account? Jessek 21:49, 14 December 2009 (UTC)
- Recent "ugg boot" spammers used accounts for posting messages more than two days after they were registered. .FUF 21:52, 14 December 2009 (UTC)