[Pmwiki-users] PmWiki development
Sun Jun 6 18:02:16 CDT 2004
Patrick R. Michaud wrote on 7/06/2004 10:36 a.m. :
> To that end, I've been developing a new version
> of PmWiki, which is online at http://www.pmwiki.org/devel/pmwiki.php.
:-P I just *knew* that the moment I get stuck into this cool wiki script, there
would be a total rewrite coming along ... :-P
> It's not quite ready for alpha/beta releases yet, but I want to give users
> the opportunity to experiment with and test it from a user perspective.
It sounds seriously awesome and totally exciting!
> - Source code is maintained on sourceforge, available via anonymous CVS,
> This brings up the question of "what to call the new version?" Thus
> far I've come up with only a few ideas:
> 1. Release the existing 0.6 version (with a couple more enhancements)
> as "PmWiki 1.0", with the new version to be called "PmWiki 2.0".
> This is reasonable, as I think 0.6 has reached a level of
> maturity where it could justifiably be labeled as a 1.0 release.
> 2. Leave the existing 0.6 version as is, and designate the new
> version as "PmWiki 1.0" when it is officially released, perhaps
> being called "PmWiki 0.9" while it's continuing to be developed.
> 3. Rename the new version to something other than "PmWiki".
> Of the above, I think I prefer #2, but I'm interested in hearing what
> makes sense to others.
To me, the existing version looks&feels mature and stable enough to be
called 1.0 - so I would be happy to go with #1.
It would underline more clearly that the new PmWiki is very different not
just in feature set but core coding and backend (adding DB capability
Just my completely off-the-cuff response ...
Monday, 7 June 2004 11:46 a.m.
Britta morepork at myrealbox.com
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