[wp-docs] Codex Wiki Database Dumps (Jane Wells)
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Sun Jun 6 19:29:56 UTC 2010
JQuery is client side, not server side. So, apparently, we can't do it
On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 3:15 PM, Andrew Nacin <wp at andrewnacin.com> wrote:
> Short answer: No.
> Long answer: We all have hopes and dreams. If jQuery can do it, surely
> we can too eventually.
> On 6/6/10, hakre <hanskrentel at yahoo.de> wrote:
> >> Date: Thu, 03 Jun 2010 16:13:21 -0700
> >> From: Jane Wells <jane at automattic.com>
> >> Subject: Re: [wp-docs] Codex Wiki Database Dumps
> >> On 6/3/10 4:07 PM, Lorelle on WordPress wrote:
> >> > Jane and Matt are the ones to ask on this, but I have
> >> it straight from
> >> > both of them that the WordPress Codex will not be
> >> "dropped" but
> >> > content will be used in building the new documentation
> >> via subversion.
> >> Here's what I just posted in IRC:
> >> [4:10pm] JaneWells: the codex is our documentation.
> >> period.
> >> [4:10pm] JaneWells: let's update it for 3.0.
> >> [4:10pm] JaneWells: that's the current state of the word.
> >> [4:10pm] JaneWells: "officially" :)
> > OK. So after things cooled down a bit, can you answer me a question for
> > clarification?
> > Are there any plans to change away from the mediawiki software as the
> > Best regards,
> > hakre
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