I took a shot at adding a bit to the article specifically trying to stress "notability" of the project and it's "non-commercial" nature. Those items seem to be the primary point of concern that I can discern.
On Sunday, May 20, 2012 6:30:39 AM UTC-7, lynchaj wrote:
Hi Mike! Good news! The Wikipedia editors have restored the page!
I can see their point on the article though. Anyone want to take a whack at revising the Wikipedia article?
It is difficult to describe exactly *what* the N8VEM home brew project is though. An ad-hoc distributed group of peer-peer free/open source hardware and software designers? There isn't even a central design or product. It doesn't exactly lend itself to an easily described philosophy.
Thoughts? Ideas? Discussion?
Thanks and have a nice day!
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