Vocabulary vs Glossary
Luke, any reason for preferring the term "vocabulary" versus glossary? A list of definitions for jargon is called a glossary in most English-language literature so it seemed appropriate and your revert might have made more sense if it were accompanied by comments in the edit history (my apology if I failed to notice them). Casascius 17:28, 2 November 2011 (GMT)
- You might be right, but "Bitcoin" as a page prefix has been phased out... --Luke-jr 19:24, 6 November 2011 (GMT)
Luke, From what I'm reading, isn't wxBitcoin a command line program? If yes, how could this sentence be true?: "For example, using wxBitcoin, one can click "Get Address" and be assigned an address." Why even link to that page? No one knows what wxBitcoin is.
Also, are the developers moving on to version 2 addresses? Is there any discussion on this? I would like to read. Why move onto version two if no other changes are made to the addresses? Thank You! --Atheros 01:24, 6 December 2011 (GMT)