Karl Eichwalder wrote:
>Urs C Muff <umuff71(a)email.com> writes:
>>I would like to collect a list of dev's that want to contribute to a
>>WYSIWYG effort for MediaWiki.
>Why do you think WYSIWYG effort is useful? The current offering already
>does more harm than good. People adding [[weird]] [[links]] [[all]]
Well some people will just not be able to get comfortable with markup,
even thought the markup is designed to be human friendly it is still
markup. To open the application to more users a WYSIWYG editor will be
required (for us), and since this is open source and we are sharing
resources I would like to coordinate that effort. Of course if I'm the
only one interested, I will just do it my way...
A super idea. I would love to see both a notice like the "Welcome!
you too can edit" notice on de: that Kurt describes, and a "Submit
feedback!" button (with that text, or with Mark's longer text below)
that takes you to the "Add a section to the talk page" form for the
On Tue, 01 Feb 2005 06:27:08 +0100, Kurt Jansson <jansson(a)gmx.net> wrote:
> Mark Williamson schrieb:
> > I thought that perhaps, for a trial period, we could add a
> > prominently-placed button in articles for not-logged-in readers with
> > the title of "Report an Error or Suggest Information to Add".
> The German Wikipedia is already doing it, take a look at
> The notice is only displayed for not-logged-in users on pages that are not
> protected and not userpages, and only on the first Wikipedia page people reach
> from the outside (which in most cases means Google).
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