Hi Jpbowen -- we are excited to have Formal Methods Wiki as part of the Wikia community! Thanks for joining us, and we'd like to give you some tips to help you get started on making your wiki great.
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Best wishes, Catherine Munro
Willing to be interviewed?
I would be interested in interviewing you for Akahele.org, to get your perspective on how you feel the Formal Methods wiki on Wikia.com is working out for you. If interested, please contact me at ResearchBiz(at)gmail.com. Kindly, Greg. -- Thekohser 04:31, 2 August 2009 (UTC)
Hi! Would you like this wiki to be ad-free? I'm looking for wikis to be part of a new program which would remove all ads from the wiki for $19.95/month.
Just thought I'd drop a note to request having Dependable Computing added to the companies involved with Formal Methods (the page is locked to editing). The web-site can be found at DependableComputing.com, and the company is headed by John Knight who is listed in your Who's Who section, but currently has a broken link–the correct link is http://www.cs.virginia.edu/people/faculty/knight.html. BenHocking 14:57, May 11, 2012 (UTC)
hi their tell your team to stop getting rid of PVZCC and i think you know what im talking about you blocked three of my friends you B.U.M now stop it now! Oh by the way your thing is horrible no just joking make ma a admin now please
Hi. We've received a report of a potential error in ISO/IEC 13568 - Z Formal Specification Notation. Can you recommend someone to help us determine if the report is correct, and if so, how best to fix the error? All those who worked on the standard are no longer in the standards committee, so any help would be appreciated.
David Keaton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Chair, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 22 - Programming languages, their environments, and system software interfaces
188.8.131.52 21:23, September 30, 2020 (UTC)