# User:Bevo

## User:Bevo

====Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/June-2005====

## SPI

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Wikipedia:Cite sources - Note that it is a common alternative in Wikipedia to have a section labelled External links (after the References) and list various links to other sites and to pages within them.

## list of various Wikipedia clones

found by Google "B-29 Superfortress was an American four-engine heavy bomber"
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==reference pages==
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-29_Superfortress
http://www.fiddlersgreen.net/AC/aircraft/Boeing-B29/info/info.htm
http://superfortress.exsudo.com/
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==list of various Wikipedia clones still active==
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http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com/ (with balloon drill-down)
http://www.yourencyclopedia.net/
http://www.mcfly.org/wik/
http://www.fact-index.com/
http://www.breakpt.org/
http://www.eurofreehost.com/
http://www.mutualsearch.com/encyclopedia/
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==list of various Wikipedia clones now inactive==
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http://www.tutorgig.com/encyclopedia/
http://www.infosearchpoint.com/
http://www.web-dictionary.org/encyclopedia/
http://explanation-guide.info/
http://www.wordiq.com/


## Featured pictures

''This image was previously a featured picture and was renominated as it never went through the featured picture candidates process.''Not retained as a featured picture
''This image was renominated as a featured picture as it never previously went through the featured picture candidates process.''Retained as a featured picture
<br>[[Wikipedia:Featured pictures|a Wikipedia:Featured picture]]
*'''NOT promoted, +1/-5 -- ~~~~'''
*'''Promoted, +8/-2 -- ~~~~'''
**'''Apparently this one was not promoted, but no vote tallys were provided.'''
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====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/June-2005====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/May-2005====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/April-2005====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/March-2005====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/February-2005====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/January-2005====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/December-2004====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/November-2004====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures thumbs====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures visible====
====Wikipedia:Goings-on====
====Wikipedia:Featured pictures candidates/October-2004====
====Wikipedia:Fulfilled picture requests====
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====Template:Pic of the day/Image archive====
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====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/November 2004
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====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/November 2004====
====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/December 2004====
====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/January 2005====
====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/February 2005====
====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/March 2005====
====Wikipedia:Picture of the day/April 2005====
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==== http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Possibly_unfree_images ====
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## Works of art

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Image:Jacob-angel.jpg
Image:Sundayafternoon.JPG
Image:HenryMoore02.jpg
Image:Barlach_Magdeburger_Ehrenmal.jpg
Image:Micky.jpg
Image:GreencastleHarbour 2004 SeanMcClean.jpg
</gallery>

<gallery>
Image:Lysefjorden fjord.jpg
Image:Gros morne fiord.jpg
Image:Sognefjord, Norway.jpg
</gallery>

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## Template examples

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## Misc

Add historical hurricane activity for Florida to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_United_States_history_%281990-present%29

http://www.nbcolympics.com/index.html
http://cbs.sportsline.com/olympics
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/olympics/2004/
http://sports.yahoo.com/oly

http://www.signonsandiego.com/sports/olympics/
http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2004/07/06/spt_sptoly1sked.html
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/olympics/
http://www.chevroncars.com/wocc/lrn/olympics/
http://www.americanpressinstitute.org/content/4550.cfm
http://www.time-planner.com/planner/national/national_olympics2004.html

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## Bresenham's line algorithm


An implementation of Bresenham's line algorithm in C follows. The plot() function is not shown and is assumed to render a single point of the line in the chosen color. This variation produces solid lines of a uniform color.

void drawline2d(int x0, int y0, int x1, int y1, int color)
{
int i;
int steep = 1;
int sx, sy;  /* step positive or negative (1 or -1) */
int dx, dy;  /* delta (difference in X and Y between points) */
int e;

/*
* inline swap. On some architectures, the XOR trick may be faster
*/
int tmpswap;
#define SWAP(a,b) tmpswap = a; a = b; b = tmpswap;

/*
* optimize for vertical and horizontal lines here
*/

dx = abs(x1 - x0);
sx = ((x1 - x0) > 0) ? 1 : -1;
dy = abs(y1 - y0);
sy = ((y1 - y0) > 0) ? 1 : -1;
if (dy > dx) {
steep = 0;
SWAP(x0, y0);
SWAP(dx, dy);
SWAP(sx, sy);
}
e = (dy << 1) - dx;
for (i = 0; i < dx; i++) {
if (steep) {
plot(x0,y0,color);
} else {
plot(y0,x0,color);
}
while (e >= 0) {
y0 += sy;
e -= (dx << 1);
}
x0 += sx;
e += (dy << 1);
}
}

A slightly more optimized version of the above (might be a bit harder to read, though):

void drawline2d(int x0, int y0, int x1, int y1, int color) {
int i;
int sx, sy;  /* step positive or negative (1 or -1) */
int dx, dy;  /* delta (difference in X and Y between points) */
int dx2, dy2;
int e;
int temp;

dx = x1 - x0;
sx = (dx > 0) ? 1 : -1;
if (dx < 0)
dx = -dx;

dy = y1 - y0;
sy = (dy > 0) ? 1 : -1;
if (dy < 0)
dy = -dy;

dx2 = dx << 1; /* dx2 = 2 * dx */
dy2 = dy << 1; /* dy2 = 2 * dy */

if (dy <= dx) { /* steep */
e = dy2 - dx;

for (i = 0; i <= dx; ++i) {
plot(x0, y0, color);

while (e >= 0) {
y0 += sy;
e -= dx2;
}

x0 += sx;
e += dy2;
}
} else {
/* swap x0 <-> y0 */
temp = x0;
x0 = y0;
y0 = temp;

/* swap dx <-> dy */
temp = dx;
dx = dy;
dy = temp;

/* swap dx2 <-> dy2 */
temp = dx2;
dx2 = dy2;
dy2 = temp;

/* swap sx <-> sy */
temp = sx;
sx = sy;
sy = temp;

e = dy2 - dx;

for (i = 0; i <= dx; ++i) {
plot(y0, x0, color);

while (e >= 0) {
y0 += sy;
e -= dx2;
}

x0 += sx;
e += dy2;
}
}
}

An implementation of the Bresenham's line algorithm in python follows. It is translated from Bresenham's line algorithm C code, with some minor changes, notably: the points converted to integers, an optimization for where p1 and p2 are identical, returning a list of points instead of calling a plot() function.

def bresenham(p1,p2):
"""Returns a list of all points in a line between p1 and p2."""

if p1 == p2: return [p1]

points = []

steep = True
x0,y0, x1,y1 = map(int,(p1[0], p1[1], p2[0], p2[1]))

dx = abs(x1 - x0)
if (x1 - x0) > 0: sx = 1
else: sx = -1

dy = abs(y1 - y0)
if (y1 - y0) > 0: sy = 1
else: sy = -1

if dy > dx:
steep = False
y0, x0 = x0, y0
dy, dx = dx, dy
sy, sx = sx, sy
e = (dy << 1) - dx;
for i in range(dx):
if steep: points.append((x0,y0))
else:     points.append((y0,x0))
while e >= 0:
y0 += sy
e -= (dx << 1)
x0 += sx
e += (dy << 1)

return points

An example of Bresenham's line algorithm in Visual Basic follows. The "Swap" procedure is not shown.

Private Sub BresLine(InitialX As Long, InitialY As Long, FinalX As Long, FinalY As Long)
' Bresenham's line algorithm for Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
' Implementation by Robert Lee <rlee0001@maine.rr.com> July, 2002 Public Domain

Dim Steep As Boolean
Dim DeltaX As Long, DeltaY As Long, Delta As Long
Dim StepX As Long, StepY As Long
Dim Coord As Long

Steep = False
DeltaX = Abs(FinalX - InitialX)
If (FinalX - InitialX) > 0 Then
StepX = 1
Else
StepX = -1
End If
DeltaY = Abs(FinalY - InitialY)
If (FinalY - InitialY) > 0 Then
StepY = 1
Else
StepY = -1
End If
If DeltaY > DeltaX Then
Steep = True
Swap InitialX, InitialY
Swap DeltaX, DeltaY
Swap StepX, StepY
End If
Delta = (DeltaY * 2) - DeltaX
For Coord = 0 To DeltaX - 1
If Steep Then
Me.PSet (InitialY, InitialX)
Else
Me.PSet (InitialX, InitialY)
End If
While Delta >= 0
InitialY = InitialY + StepY
Delta = Delta - (DeltaX * 2)
Wend
InitialX = InitialX + StepX
Delta = Delta + (DeltaY * 2)
Next Coord
Me.PSet (FinalX, FinalY)
End Sub



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In 2005, internet site Google Maps added to its service a collection of satellite imagery of North America. Since then, many enthusiasts have located interesting images across the continent.

[[Image:Google Maps - Tucson.PNG|thumb|right|250px|Satellite image of Airplane Graveyard]]

• US Government

• Perljam.net (http://perljam.net/notes/interesting-google-satellite-maps/) - A large collection of interesting locations.
• Google Globetrotting (http://gmaps.nicj.net/) - User submitted collection of maps.
• Multimap Sightseeing (http://multimapsightseeing.blogspot.com/) - Similar collection for the UK, using Multimap.com's aerial photos.

• Art and Cultures
• Countries of the World (http://www.academickids.com/encyclopedia/index.php/Countries)
• Space and Astronomy