On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 9:58 AM, Bryan Tong Minh
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 7:06 AM, John at Darkstar
I believe that some kind of document, describing
whats important to add
to Mediawiki, and why, is very important for the overall community. This
would give us an opportunity to clarify why we want to do something and
how we would like to do such a thing. It will also make it possible to
approach specific benefactors, patrons and donors, especially those that
share a common goal with us.
Just as a clarification, things that are important but may seem to be
neglected are not neglected because the developers think it is a bad
idea, but usually because there is no developer available who has the
time for it, especially if it concerns large projects.
Agreed. We've got an excellent team of mostly volunteers who develop
MediaWiki. As volunteers, we get a bit of freedom to decide for ourselves
what we want to work on. Mostly its things that are interesting or