Difference between revisions of "User talk:SafwatHalaby"

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Again, welcome, we hope you contribute as much high quality information as you can. :) [[User:Bilka|Bilka]] ([[User talk:Bilka|talk]]) - <span style="color:#FF0000">Admin</span> 12:36, 21 December 2017 (UTC)
== Your userpage ==
Hey, I saw that you link your userpage as a central place for your creations/tutorials on the forums. While creating such content on your userpage is acceptable in general, you are not allowed to link it from outside sources as by rule 7 of the [[Factorio:Wiki rules#Page creation|page creation section]]. So, please refrain from linking your userpage from outside sources. Instead you could simply make a forum thread as a central place for your creations and tutorials, and link that. -- [[User:Bilka|Bilka]] ([[User talk:Bilka|talk]]) - <span style="color:#FF0000">Admin</span> 12:55, 15 May 2018 (UTC)
:I have removed the content from the Wiki, and will look for a suitable place. Thanks for notifying me of the rule. -- [[User:SafwatHalaby|SafwatHalaby]] ([[User talk:SafwatHalaby|talk]]) 13:54, 15 May 2018 (UTC)
== Power Production - feedback positive/negative ==
Again, only in limited circumstances where you are artificially limiting the system to the power production cycle. in a real system e.g. where increased power may cause circuit network controlled power switches to activate large parts of the factory, increasing power production can in fact lead to reduced power availability, leading to reduced fuel production and reduced power. In addition, if the factory manufactures and autoinserts logistic robots then increased power leads to more robots which leads to less power. Both of these very common, very realistic scenarios make it a negative feedback loop. That is why I linked the article on general feedback, so the reader cna get context on the fact that real systems are rarely so easily pigeon holed into being 'positive' or 'negative' feedback loops. [[User:AnthonyQBachler|AnthonyQBachler]] ([[User talk:AnthonyQBachler|talk]]) 21:29, 20 May 2018 (UTC)

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