[Foundation-l] Dream a little...

geni geniice at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 18:36:01 UTC 2006

On 10/17/06, Andrew Gray <shimgray at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, because having math-tex code, which is fairly difficult to grok,
> has crippled projects to the point where they can't work. Oh, wait.
> If editors don't understand something in an editing screen, they leave
> it alone - it's generally not difficult at all to figure out which bit
> you're looking at even if you don't comprehend the code.

There is a study floating around that suggests otherwise.

>I don't see
> why providing for extensions which will be quite rarely used, but
> provide definite extra functionality, is a downside.
> Yes, other projects will use it more than enwp. But that doesn't mean
> that it won't be useful on enwp, or mean that it's somehow an
> automatic detriment...

Keeping the edit code as simple as posible is important. In this case
I agree with the suggestion that this can be done through the use of
templates however this is an issue that should always be kept in mind.


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