[wp-docs] New Pages.
carthik at gmail.com
Sun Mar 6 19:14:33 GMT 2005
On Sun, 6 Mar 2005 11:58:35 -0600, lorelle at cameraontheroad.com
<lorelle at cameraontheroad.com> wrote:
> You know, I gave this a lot of thought and for the most part, I agree with
> Michael. I've had a few articles in my user section for a while and no
> comments or activity that anyone has touched them. Not that mine are as
> important as the ones Michael has been doing - I'm dependent upon those to
> help me understand how WordPress works and I've been all over them.
Cool, with a little more time contribution by people, and with a
better framework, things should be simpler.
> Do we need more "editors" or is there something else going on that has
> slowed down this project? What's really happening here? Or is the process
> not working as planned?
Maybe we need more editors - yes, but it is important that the editors
get the picture, and the picture will get clearer soon.
What's happening right now, is we are trying to make the "create new
pages as a sub page of your user: page" system work efficiently. The
implementation is having some problems, and maybe things will have to
be worked out a little more.
The process of making Codex more sensible and better organized is
working out quite well. There's been a recent slowdown, which we have
to sort out.
> Is there a list of User Pages so we can start editing on them, if this is
> the hold-up?
No, ideally the User: pages should be moved in with minimal latency
> Michael, on a personal note, I find your help in the Codex and the forums
> invaluable. Amazing amount of work you've done and it is all critical to
> the success of the documentation. Try not to give up on the project when
> the doc mailing list just got started again and things are starting to
> happen with the new release of 1.5. Patience, please. If they don't need
> you, I, as a user, need you. Just dump your brilliant brain right out for
> everyone to use, please!
Amen! I could say the same about you, Lorelle
When nothing is done, nothing is left undone -- 老子 Lǎozi
University of Central Florida
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