Revision 52943 of A re-introduction to JavaScript

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  • Revision title: A re-introduction to JavaScript
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I believe the question marks are intended to be here: . --Nickolay 03:29, 30 March 2006 (PST)

Needs Technical Review

Technical review needed for memory leak workaround example in Memory leaks subsection. —IgorKitsa 01 September 2010

RE: “This page has been flagged... Technical Review... inaccurate...”

Consider the wiki model, widely propagated by Wikipedia: shouldn't the inaccuracy warning (re: this page has been flagged...) appear at the top of the page (or section); before any content (i.e. as a label) to warn the reader that the content is in question as possibly inaccurate, requiring revision, or otherwise potentially incorrect. In the current state, 2011-01-14, it reads rather as an afterthought. --tweedle 2011-01-14

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<p>I believe the question marks are intended to be here: <a class="external" href="http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/index.php?title=A_re-introduction_to_JavaScript&amp;diff=28751&amp;oldid=28749"></a>. --<a href="/User:Nickolay" title="User:Nickolay">Nickolay</a> 03:29, 30 March 2006 (PST)</p>
<h2>Needs Technical Review</h2>
<p>Technical review needed for memory leak workaround example in <a href="/en/JavaScript/A_re-introduction_to_JavaScript#Memory_leaks" title="en/JavaScript/A re-introduction to JavaScript#Memory leaks">Memory leaks</a> subsection. —<a href="/User:IgorKitsa" rel="custom nofollow">IgorKitsa</a> 01 September 2010</p>
<h3>RE: “This page has been flagged... Technical Review... inaccurate...”</h3>
<p>Consider the wiki model, widely propagated by Wikipedia: shouldn't the <em>inaccuracy</em> warning (re: this page has been flagged...) appear at the top of the page (or section); before any content (i.e. as a label) to warn the reader that the content is in question as possibly inaccurate, requiring revision, or otherwise potentially incorrect. In the current state, 2011-01-14, it reads rather as an afterthought. --<a href="/User:stanley.tweedle" rel="custom nofollow">tweedle</a> 2011-01-14</p>
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