It's a unique toolset.Giving it a "Craftsman" name would make things even more complicated thant they already are. No?
Was just looking at the ‘Artisan’ page I’m not sure what all the fuss is about the Craftsman naming. There’s PROOF that it was. And only very thin hints that it was ever named Artisan. Please explain the issue. And the ‘in certain markets’ aside comments
We also know that the 4-layer 84mm model was called the Artisan in some markets. This is from catalogues and knife boxes, the Wiki page mentions this and there are some threads in MT.o about it too.
I don’t understand what you mean by “all the fuss is about” - What fuss? - And for me, there are no issues (to explain), although I think you seem to have some issues with the page!
I've seen my own written texts being altered to something I didn't think of.In the first instance, it feels... A bit shocking. After reading it through though, I could only admit it turned out better.
Different opinions and personalities tend to crash sometimes, but that doesn't mean an entire battle has to be started over it.So take a deep breath, take a step back and look at this from a distance...Is this really worth the tension and harsh discussion??It's SAKwiki ... Made by people way more knowledgeable than me. I don't know alot about the history of SAKs, and the things I do know have been picked up from there.But let's make one thing clear:What a single individual has or has not seen does not make it a fact or a lie.Please, just listen to each other and try to LEARN from each other instead of trying to figure out who is right. Maybe you both are, maybe none of you are.But that's for you guys to figure out Keep the family together guys!
Just found this on the Master Craftsman Small page.
He guys, I was trying to register for the SAK wiki, but when I try to request a passcode, I get an error message: No route found. Am I doing something wrong?
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We first have to do some patch work to keep it in working condition for the time being and do the prep work with installing the new software, doing the move, reuploading everything, ...Once we have the base work done, we'll make a tutorial for editors to do the code clean up, links checking and fixing, pics, everything. Yup, it might take months till we can call it done. I know the last time we had to do the manual fixes of the TOC and some other code when I last recruited editors and how long that took. And this will be a much bigger project but it needs to be done.It's not something we did, that we broke, it's been piling up with every update, and it now came to a point where it's time to say goodbye to the tikiwiki.