Date: Tue, 03 May 2011 00:29:51 +0200
Subject: Re: [Wikitech-l] WYSIWYG and parser plans (was What is wrong
with Wikia's WYSIWYG?)
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Magnus Manske wrote:
> So, why not use my WYSIFTW approach? It will only "parse" the parts of
> the wikitext that it can turn back, edited or unedited, into wikitext,
> unaltered (including whitespace) if not manually changed. Some parts
> may therefore stay as wikitext, but it's very rare (except lists,
> which I didn't implement yet, but they look intuitive enough).
Crazy idea: What if it was an/extensible/ editor? You could add
module for enable lists, or "enable graphic<ref>", but also instruct it
on how to present to the user some crazy template with a dozen parameters...
Seems like it will need to be extensible, to allow authors of MW
extensions to add support for cases where they've changed the parser's