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Delay line memory

Your change reverted. You'll note the article covers many kinds of delay lines. Mercury delay lines are but one type of delay line memory. Cheers, Robert K S (talk) 15:58, 20 May 2008 (UTC)


To be honest, I am actually not an expert on the finer points of which entries belong on a disambiguation page and which don't. I don't tend to add entries to disambiguation pages, I merely clean the pages up by making them conform to the Wikipedia:Manual of Style (disambiguation pages). When I do so, I am very forgiving about whether or not entries belong on the page, and tend to only remove ones which are totally inappropriate. The manual of style page is the one to check to see our guidelines as to which entries belong, and its talk page, Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style (disambiguation pages), would be the place to ask those who are more versed in the finer points of exactly where to draw the line as to which entries belong on the page.

I will clean the page up somewhat, though. The obvious thing I see "wrong" is that there are a number of entries with multiple blue-linked terms. Each entry is only supposed to have one blue link. --Xyzzyplugh (talk) 18:32, 20 May 2008 (UTC)

Shower (disambiguation)

Done. I'll point out (as above) that it's very possible that some or many of those links aren't strictly supposed to be on the disambiguation page at all. I don't tend to pay very close attention to that, and leave anything in place which remotely looks like it belongs. The folks at Wikipedia talk:Manual of Style (disambiguation pages) might have some thoughts on that, if you wanted to know for sure how the page should ideally look. --Xyzzyplugh (talk) 02:29, 1 June 2008 (UTC)