although both Aaron and Jörg keep eluding my requests for some
definite time tables like Jelly, they cannot keep it a secret that the
implementation of the specs is nearly finished. Therefore, we should
start the planning of the next phase, namely testing this on a broader
First of all, we need a wiki and a datadump. Any suggestions?
Furthermore, we need people to test this. Of course, the people on
this list should be there, but that is the point where we would want
to open up the test more. Personally, I'd say that we spread the word
Finally, there is the question of what to test. The implementation was
done in a more flexible way than in the original german proposal, to
allow for more tweaking to the needs of one community or the other.
However, a test is not so good of we do not test in the way it will be
turned on in the wiki. Therefore, I suggest either testing at first
only the simpler original functionality.
I believe it is now time to report bugs a bit more systematically. So,
how do Aaron and Joerg want it? Use Bugzilla? Use a discussion page on
the testwikis? Or simply use this thread on the mailinglist?
If the last one is fine until now, here is the first bug ;-)
If I'm not logged in and the current revision is sighted, I do see the
currrent revision, but still have no edit button. Thus, when I click
on current revision, the version does not change (although the edit
button appears). Furthermore, the "Current Revision"-Tab does not
disappear. IMHO it should be that, first of all, the current revision
tab should disappear and the edit button appears instead and
furthermore, if the current revision is the default one, the edit
button should be there immediately.
for the new Wikis, here are the passwords:
This is mainly to be able to continue working in quiet and because we
want to decide when to release this feature or news about it by
ourselves. Thus, if you want to share the username and the password
with somebody, please make sure that the circle of people who know it
remains small for the time being.