[racket-dev] Wikipedia page

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Tue Jun 8 15:44:13 EDT 2010

On Jun  8, John Clements wrote:
> Followup: I renamed DrScheme to DrRacket without incident.
> [...]

I changed two more references -- specifically, having a [[DrScheme]]
reference that goes back to the same place looked redundant.

> A couple of questions:
> 1) In sentences such as "DrScheme is a part of PLT Scheme", I'm
>    guessing this should turn into "DrRacket is a part of the Racket
>    project", or something similar.

Yeah, that sounds reasonable.

> 2) More generally, it appears that "PLT Scheme" should be replaced
>    with "Racket", meaning that the PLT disappears. Yes?

It should stay around since the group name is still PLT, no?

> 3) The examples on the wikipedia page are utterly loathsome, leaving
>    the reader with the impression that "hello world" requires ten
>    lines of GUI garbage.

Yeah, I had a similar reaction in the past.  That would be nice to
change too, if you have the energy to do so...

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