# Talk:Cullinane diamond theorem

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Hello, Boris. I see you have made a note to yourself that "Cullinane diamond theorem" needs attention. I agree. In particular, I did not know how to make the images display well when I first posted the article (and still don't know). --M759 (talk) 23:28, 8 June 2013 (CEST)

- What do you mean by "display well"? Do you want them to be larger? Or, not to be on separate lines? Or what? Probably, "gallery" is not the right form for a single picture.
- Also, the article should have Mathematics Subject Classification on the top and a category on the bottom. You may see examples in new articles mentioned here: Talk:EoM:This project#Our major contributions. Also, "References" section should exist and follow our pattern.
- I am far from your topic; no wonder that I do not understand it. And still, could it be more accessible for non-experts? What is "R. T. Curtis's Miracle Octad Generator"? No explanation, no link; is it common knowledge? "the group of 322,560 permutations of these 16 tiles generated by arbitrarily mixing random permutations..." — why "random"? do you mean "arbitrary"? what does it mean "mixing"? "...has some ordinary or color-interchange symmetry" — is it clear what does this theorem state? That is, what exactly is called a symmetry? --Boris Tsirelson (talk) 08:29, 9 June 2013 (CEST)

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Cullinane diamond theorem.

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