As long as it stays up to date, we can continue to use Joerg's site, as long
as he is willing to import a database dump. Though the site needs another
update to svn.
As for completion, yes the extension is not too far off, but most of the
issues now resolve around core code, i.e. the he proposed timeframe
functions. The extension itself stores an expanded copy of the text at the
time, so if those parser functions have to be scaled back, I suppose it is
not too much of a problem.
From: "P. Birken" <pbirken(a)gmail.com>
Reply-To: Wikimedia Quality Discussions <wikiquality-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
To: "Wikimedia Quality Discussions" <wikiquality-l(a)lists.wikimedia.org>
Subject: [Wikiquality-l] Start of the test phase: Preparations
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 21:01:56 +0200
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.
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