User talk:Hoo man

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Welcome to my talk page!
Feel free to ask me questions or leave me notices about things I might be interested in.

blocked[edit]

hi I wonder if I can be unblocked. I am based in China and have to use a VPN to get onto wiki Many thanks Nick

Verify you've met me?[edit]

Hey, I installed Wikibase from scratch during the wikimania hackathon and you helped me with the binary vs. utf-8 collation issue. Maybe you could verify you've met me at https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:PB/A :) Dan scott (talk) 18:31, 11 August 2017 (UTC)

Done! :) - Hoo man (talk) 22:33, 11 August 2017 (UTC)

IP blocked[edit]

hello hoo man, I made a review about China Famine in Italian... italian speech in the article was very poor, I rewrite it in a better way keeping your original fonts in the wici voice... I was blocked, unfirly in my opinion... the sense ok wikipedia is give the best information is possible, if I made a mistake I'm sorry. Please remove my lock. Many thanks

Help design a new feature to stop harassing emails[edit]

Hi there,

The Anti-Harassment Tools team plans to start develop of a new feature to allow users to restrict emails from new accounts. This feature will allow an individual user to stop harassing emails from coming through the Special:EmailUser system from abusive sockpuppeting accounts.

We’re inviting you to join the discussion because you have experience dealing with abusive sockpuppeting accounts and you work across many wikis. We think that your insights will help us build a better feature.

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It is important to hear from a broad range of people who are interested in the design of the tool, so we hope you join the discussion and let us know how it would work best for you.

For the Anti-Harassment Tools team SPoore (WMF), Community Advocate, Community health initiative (talk) 21:50, 13 October 2017 (UTC)

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Better hashing alhorithm for unique reference names[edit]

Hi, we've been implementing the functionality mentioned in this task description, namely generating unique reference names for references created from Wikidata (and solving some adjacent problems), in ruwiki (after T175725: Deploy HTML5 sections to WMF production was done for ruwiki and some things broke). Do you have any thoughts on which algorithm is better suited for generating hash values for references? I've done my modest research and stopped at fnv164 as it is fast, and 64-bit hash reduces collision probability to a negligibly small value. But maybe I am missing something.

The choice hash_algos() gives is the following:

"adler32", "crc32", "crc32b", "fnv132", "fnv164", "fnv1a32", "fnv1a64", "gost", "haval128,3", "haval128,4", "haval128,5", "haval160,3", "haval160,4", "haval160,5", "haval192,3", "haval192,4", "haval192,5", "haval224,3", "haval224,4", "haval224,5", "haval256,3", "haval256,4", "haval256,5", "joaat", "md2", "md4", "md5", "ripemd128", "ripemd160", "ripemd256", "ripemd320", "sha1", "sha224", "sha256", "sha3-224", "sha3-256", "sha3-384", "sha3-512", "sha384", "sha512", "snefru", "tiger128,3", "tiger128,4", "tiger160,3", "tiger160,4", "tiger192,3", "tiger192,4", "whirlpool"

Thanks in advance. If you cannot answer, but you know somebody who can, please tell. Jack who built the house (talk) 03:09, 5 November 2017 (UTC)