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I don't know about y'all, but I liked the default skin without the boxes rounded off at the corners. Any chance that could be an option for the default skin? —[[User:ASDamick|—Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!)]] 12:57, 10 Sep 2005 (EDT)
- Sure, I could put it in as an option, just for you :-). Give me a little time on this though! Fr. John
What to do?
Someone (Fr John?) contacted me at Wikipedia and asked me to help out here, but I'm not sure where to start. I've worked on Wikipedia for several years off and one, and it's easy to find things there that need help, but the quality of work I'm seeing here looks much higher, at least at a glance. Is there a ToDo list somewhere, or anything of that sort? Theophan 22:20, 26 Feb 2005 (CST)
- Hi Theophan, I'm sorry for the delay in finding this message, but I'm glad to see that others took up the ball on this one. Fr. John
Is there a reason that all the timestamps show as CST, even though preferences are set to another time zone? - magda 10:14, 18 Mar 2005 (CST)
- Hmm... Server time is set to CST, as well as the wiki default (since I'm in Chicago). Maybe to keep all the timestamps in order, they go for the default instead of you local preferences??? Fr. John 14:29, 18 Mar 2005 (CST)
I was reading an article about the recent synod in Turkey, and came across the word diptych. I asked my husband about it and he said this usage refers to the commemoration of the Patriarchs, who usually co-commemorate each other (as each local church commemorates the bishop, metropolitan, patriarch, etc.). Any idea why this is called a diptych? --magda 11:53, 25 May 2005 (CDT)
- Hi magda, the Wikipedia article says "A diptych is any object with two flat plates attached at a hinge. These objects were quite popular in the ancient world, since they could record notes and measure time and direction." I assume this was just the commonest medium upon which the names of those commemorated were written.
- As a side note, this page seems to be for OrthodoxWiki related questions. Maybe we should move it to a general Orthodoxy q and A page, kind of like Google Answers? Any more ideas on how to best structure this? Fr. John