Patrick R. Michaud
Sun Jan 4 07:51:42 CST 2004
I don't have any plans to make major changes to the existing customization
approach of modularized components. However, my vision of author tracking
will likely have it integrated into the core pmwiki.php and not as a
separate cookbook module, just because it'll make more sense that way.
Author tracking will likely appear around pmwiki-0.6.beta4 or beta5.
I'm expecting that the vast majority of Cookbook modules will continue
to work in pmwiki-0.6, or work with only minor changes.
My current development plan for PmWiki (in the 0.6.beta series):
improved newline handling
On Sat, Jan 03, 2004 at 04:05:06PM -0500, Matthew at Undertheoak wrote:
> Someone recently mentioned within a letter...
> >... I think I had to do a bit of manual fiddling to get it working for
> http://wiki.lyx.org [...]
> > I don't know how close this is to the default of PmWiki, ...[...]
> > Finally, I don't mind fiddling with the page structure again, but it would
> be nice if this eventually stabilized....[...]
> I won't be able to stray far from the customization approach that Pm has
> defined, where local customizations are encapsulated and maintained with
> upgrades. I'd love to be able to take advantage of new discoveries, such as
> authortracking, but have to wait until they are made into Cookbook modules.
> IMHO (a beggar who can't be a chooser), I think it would be great if author
> tracking made it to that point. It seems to be the highest ranked
> DevelopmentPriority - the item that has received the most votes (23) and an
> average of 4.35 on a 5pt scale.
> Gratefully yours, - Matt Simpson - http://matt.undertheoak.net
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