[pmwiki-users] Planning for 2.2.0
crisses at kinhost.org
Sun Sep 24 08:37:03 CDT 2006
"I saw another multiple-use item -- it was a hamburger flipper/fly
swatter! ... Remember what we had? That 7x15 tent, said 'Sleeps 8
comfortably.' -- yeah -- if you're SYBIL."
-- Bill Engvall
On Sep 24, 2006, at 7:40 AM, Joachim Durchholz wrote:
> Crisses schrieb:
> I don't think anything in the area of line break handling will or
> be obsoleted in PmWiki anytime soon. And even *if* any changes are
> implemented here, PmWiki should remain backwards compatible unless
> are *very* compelling reasons to do otherwise, of which I don't see
> right now.
> In other words: I think we're in violent agreement here :-)
> Don't let them be derided by labelling them as "crazy ideas", or by
> alleging that these people "do not understand the most basic
> aspects of
Certainly not. I didn't catch those...
If everyone sticks to talking about themself they're never going to
be wrong. :) Note below, how I speak about MY opinions and
experience. I guess I could be wrong, but BOY would it be a
challenge for anyone (even me) to prove it.
> Especially not if PM reports the entire issue as 50:50
> contentious - I know that 50% can still be very wrong, but I don't
> that applies in cases like this one.
I personally am split 50/50 on the issue right from the starting
gate. The way it stands, it's a pain in the butt for poems, great
for tossing an email up on my wiki. Which one I do more often was
probably directly influenced by how easy it was to toss an email up
on the list vs how hard it was to put a poem up :P I haven't written
many poems since I have been putting them online. Even with PRE tags
on static pages, it was too much of a pain. So for the last 10 years
I just haven't been writing many poems -- which is a real shame,
because I was quite prolific for 20 years.
I need to implement the magic box theory so that I can just copy /
paste them into a wiki. That might get my creative juices flowing
> My reply to Marc was aimed at taking heat out of the thread; it
> seems I
> was too heated myself instead. Please take my sincere apologies for
I'm ok with that. :)
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