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User talk:Short Circuit/(Solved) Rewording required?

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[Solved] Rewording required?[edit]

In several places I can see this phrase: These tasks are not considered "unimplemented". Wouldn't it be better to say: These tasks are not considered "unimplementable". Or is it just a misunderstanding on my behalf? (English is not my first language). Wolf 11.May 2010 12:00h (GMT+2)

It says what it means, but the problem is that I wasn't talking about whether or not a task is implementable, but whether or not it counts towards a set of "unimplemented" tasks—a question of pride for some people. --Michael Mol 13:17, 11 May 2010 (UTC)

I understand now, thanks. I have provided some code for the task "Sort stability" using the AutoHotkey programming language. The task shows up OK on the page for implemented tasks for AutoHotkey. How do I remove "Sort stability" from the list of "Not Considered" tasks, please? Or is that up to you to do?

Somewhere on that task page will be a reference to Template:Omit, with an argument of AutoHotKey. Find that bit and remove it. --Michael Mol 16:34, 11 May 2010 (UTC)

All done. Thank you again. Wolf 11.May 2010 18:51h (GMT+2)