[wp-docs] WPMU table of contents
lorellevan at gmail.com
Tue Aug 11 20:27:35 UTC 2009
I'm TOTALLY thrilled about the red links being back. Thanks for noticing.
The WPMU page should be tagged in that category. I'll double check.
Thanks for attacking these articles. We're desperate to highlight this
area, especially in light of the merger. More and more people are
trying MU out as BuddyPress moves into popularity.
We also need some stuff on BuddyPress and MU. Hint, hint. :D
On Tue, Aug 11, 2009 at 3:33 AM, Carreg<carreg at carregs-blog.co.uk> wrote:
> Thanks, that looks good and should make it a whole lot easier to find things
> MU related. I'll have a go at getting some of those pages updated and
> fleshed out over the next couple of days. We should probably also add a
> link back from the top of Category:WPMU back to that page to make it easier
> to find.
> While I'm at it, thanks also to whoever got the red links back for pages
> which don't exist -- that'll make my ongoing work through the WPMU function
> pages a whole lot easier to manage!
> Lorelle on WordPress wrote:
>> I've added a WPMU "table of contents" with articles I found tagged with
>> the WPMU category, a first step in cleaning up the table of contents
>> organization of the Codex.
>> I'm sure I missed some articles. I included links to things like the WPMU
>> functions without listing all of the functions as that is the purpose of
>> that page, not the main TOC page. I also did not include examples of WPMU
>> Plugins and Widgets as those aren't educational or technical articles but
>> examples pointed to from other articles - except where they represented a
>> technical example.
>> Could you all go through the Codex and check to see if I missed any key
>> articles, especially those that will work in the username space?
>> It's also clear that many of these articles are seriously out of date. For
>> 1. http://codex.wordpress.org/WPMU_Widgets needs to be updated with
>> instructions on how to widgetize a Plugin or Widget for WPMU
>> 2. http://codex.wordpress.org/WPMU_Plugins needs to have instructions on
>> how to convert a Plugin to WPMU compatibility - not showcase some WPMU
>> Anyone ready to take these on, jump on them and let us know.
>> If you find articles that need to be in the WPMU table of contents, please
>> let me know and I'll add them. Also check to ensure I put them in the right
>> "category" grouping on the TOC. Not sure which articles should really be in
>> the Development section and which under Advanced. It is always a hard line
>> to determine.
>> If this inspires you to write up more WPMU articles, GO FOR IT! :D
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