I've been working on the InlineEditor extension again, primarily working on a new
interface that doesn't use the different edit modes anymore, as the usability testing
showed that this was not the right approach. Luckily, without a change in the underlying
algorithms, it was doable to combine all the edit modes into one interface. This also
resulted in the deletion of tens of files plus hundreds of lines of code , which
usually is a good thing, because it shows it's a simpler and more natural approach. If
you're interested in testing this on your own wiki or looking at the code, grab your
copy from SVN. 
If you're interested in testing this, a wiki has been set up here:
As you might know, some more usability testing will be
done soon by GRNET , so we can see if this interface works better or not. Feel free to
ask questions and throw in suggestions, etc.
I completely missed the "You can edit the article below, by clicking on
blue elements in the page." line. Only found after thinking "this needs
some kind of notice on how to edit, since it's not clear what to do to
change the page...".