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  • SVN access of articles | planetmath.org
    02 2013 23 35 Forums Planetary Bugs I read somewhere in the planetary documentation about the ability to access ones articles by svn But this features does not seam to be available in planetmath or I cannot find it Are there some plans when svn support gets promoted to planetmath I would agree to play the beta tester Ps PlanetPhysics is down Ps2 I got the following error in the article preview Notice Undefined variable node in watcher node type enabled line 2840 of home joe staging beta sites all modules watcher watcher module Ps3 Watching this thread does not work the ajax request gets a 404er response TobiasDiez Permalink Submitted by unlord on Sat 10 05 2013 23 30 SVN support is planned but as for when it will arrive I m not sure We have a long list of bugs and issues to get to In particular I ve noted the bug reports about the Watcher module PlanetPhysics PlanetMath isn t directly involved with running the site but we re happy to help restore it from a backup Sorry these answers are somewhat unfulfilling Log in to post comments Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87552 (2016-04-25)
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  • TobiasDiez | planetmath.org
    Password Sign up for an account Forgot password You are here Home TobiasDiez History Member for 2 years 10 months Buddy list actions Create Buddy List Designate Existing Team Member of World Writable Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research Topics LaTeX help Math Comptetitions Math History Math Humor PlanetMath Comments PlanetMath System Updates and News PlanetMath help PlanetMath

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/users/tobiasdiez (2016-04-25)
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  • Delete a collection? | planetmath.org
    a collection Permalink Submitted by unlord on Thu 08 08 2013 19 48 This is done now BTW it should be available to you in general posts you make via the edit tab If not that s another thing to fix And I ll be getting back to fixing things now that I ve submitted my thesis Cheers J Log in to post comments Good luck Permalink Submitted by pahio

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87498 (2016-04-25)
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  • Aleph Zero | planetmath.org
    for an account Forgot password You are here Home Aleph Zero History Member for 2 years 11 months Buddy list actions Create Buddy List Designate Existing Team Member of Beta Testing Team 2 World Writable Search form Search Home Articles Questions Forums Planetary Bugs HS Secondary University Tertiary Graduate Advanced Industry Practice Research Topics LaTeX help Math Comptetitions Math History Math Humor PlanetMath Comments PlanetMath System Updates and News PlanetMath

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/users/aleph-zero (2016-04-25)
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  • search feature broken in new planetmath and now in noosphere | planetmath.org
    00 21 Forums Planetary Bugs search feature broken in new planetmath and now in noosphere remag12 search back online Permalink Submitted by unlord on Wed 06 12 2013 18 16 Thanks for the bug report we had to shut down and restart the server and some of the extra features like search aren t set up to autostart Should fix that In the mean time it now works again Log

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87469 (2016-04-25)
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  • Scores Not Incrementing | planetmath.org
    edit Instead I get a very long and uninformative list of every time I viewed pre viewed the article Jon Awbrey Scores Not Incrementing Permalink Submitted by unlord on Fri 06 07 2013 19 26 I thought I had resolved the preview stuff but apparently not I ll look into these things this weekend Log in to post comments Thanks Permalink Submitted by Jon Awbrey on Sat 06 08 2013

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87467 (2016-04-25)
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  • Jon Awbrey | planetmath.org
    2 differential propositional calculus appendix 3 differential propositional calculus appendix 4 differential propositional calculus examples geometric representation of relation composition graph theoretic representation of relation composition grounded relation hypostatic abstraction logical graph formal development logical graph introduction logical implication logical matrix matrix representation of relation composition minimal negation operator multigrade operator parametric operator Peirce s law praeclarum theorema prescisive abstraction propositional calculus relation composition relation construction relation reduction relation theory semiotic equivalence relation sign relation sign relational complex sole sufficient operator tacit extension triadic relation universe of discourse zeroth order logic Buddy list actions Create Buddy List Designate Existing Team Member of Polynomial structure editors propositional calculus editors World Writable Forename Jon Surname Awbrey Homepage http inquiryintoinquiry com Preamble This is the default PlanetMath preamble as your knowledge of TeX increases you will probably want to edit this but it should be fine as is for beginners Almost certainly you want these usepackage amssymb usepackage amsmath usepackage amsfonts Used for TeXing text within EPS files usepackage psfrag Need this for including graphics includegraphics usepackage graphicx For neatly defining theorems and propositions usepackage amsthm Making logically defined graphics usepackage xypic There are many more packages add them here as you need

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/users/jon-awbrey (2016-04-25)
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  • local articles | planetmath.org
    exercises To give a concrete example the details of arithmetic functions convolutions inverses etc are already available on the site But we need some motivation some path through the maths in order to understand their significance unless you happen to be an expert in analytic number theory I suppose that if one was very careful it would be possible to find a title for a chapter or lesson that would make sense in the list of articles but it might be difficult if the lesson contained diverse ideas or all the concepts already had articles named after them topic class Permalink Submitted by Aleph Zero on Fri 05 31 2013 09 54 Another possibility would be to make a new class for topics I mean make them separate from articles Put them in a separate list Then it might be possible to remember which topic a user was actually looking at keep a link to it in the header area of the page so that the user can easily get back to the topic Ok so it would mean messy stuff behind the scenes cookies or passing the URL with every page request or using frames But it would enable

    Original URL path: http://www.planetmath.org/node/87442 (2016-04-25)
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