First, I'd like to thank you for your input on the OpenGL Wiki. However, there is a subject matter I would like to bring to your attention.
elements that you put at the end of your lines. These are poor MediaWiki formatting. Instead, simply separate your lines by a blank space. Alfonse 18:20, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
Ah. Id didn't realize that.
I'm not sure if you will get this message. I'm not a Wiki expert.
If I leave a blank space between lines, it actually leaves a blank space between lines which is not what I want. I just want a newline. It really depends on how the Wiki software interprets a page. Sometimes, no
Alfonse, I update the page on shader storage buffers with the appropriate minimum maximum for core OpenGL 4.5. However, I'm not sure whether we should refer to values from multiple version (e.g. 16MB for GL 4.3/4.4, 128MB for GL 4.5 and so on) or the simply the highest value guaranteed by the latest revision of the spec.
I'd sugget the latter. What do you think? Thokra