Wikisource User Group
Wikisource, the free digital library is moving towards better implementation of book management, proofreading and uploading. All language communities are very important in Wikisource. We would like to propose a Wikisource User Group, which would be a loose, volunteer organization to facilitate outreach and foster technical development, join if you feel like helping out. This would also give a better way to share and improve the tools used in the local Wikisources. You are invited to join the mailing list 'wikisource-l' (English), the IRC channel #wikisource, the facebook page or the Wikisource twitter. As a part of the Google Summer of Code 2013, there are four projects related to Wikisource. To get the best results out of these projects, we would like your comments about them. The projects are listed at Wikisource across projects. You can find the midpoint report for developmental work done during the IEG on Wikisource here.
Global message delivery, 23:20, 24 July 2013 (UTC)
Hi, I'm checking some of the work of a new and very enthusiastic validator and I've picked up a couple of formulae that might need adjusting, but I wanted to check with you on these as my theoretical physics is a long time ago. On this page you've got formulae 2 & 3 both with a power of in the denominator. Is this right? The printing looks to me like it should be a simple multiplier. Thanks, Beeswaxcandle (talk) 07:40, 31 October 2013 (UTC)
- Thanks for validating the article. Regarding your question, is indeed a power. Fortunately, Michelson's paper was also published in the "Philosophical Magazine" of April 1882, where the formulas have been printed more carefully. It's online at the Internet Archive, p. 239. Regards, --D.H (talk) 08:54, 31 October 2013 (UTC)