[wp-hackers] Developer portal

Mike Schinkel mikeschinkel at newclarity.net
Sun Dec 13 17:49:38 UTC 2009

If WordPress itself were used for this portal we could use tags having the version number to indicate when a page has been updated and/or reviewed to make sure it has considered a given version. This would also allow pulling a query of everything that has not been tagged with the current version making it easier to divide and conquer.


On Dec 13, 2009, at 11:28 AM, Tuna Can wrote:

> WordPress is evolving so quickly making parts of the Codex out of date with every release. It's hard to tell what information is 'correct' or current, ESPECIALLY when you are new to WP and relying on the Codex to show you the way. 
> I'd love to see clear indications of both the WP version the info was written for, as well as when the entry was written/updated.
> That might be able to ease upkeep as well if reminders to the author(s) could be set based on version or date. For instance, a reminder could be sent out to check/update content on WP version change or after six months or so.
> Thanks,
> Tony
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