On Thu, 30 Sep 2004, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> Well you're right about it being a killer ;) I just can't stand the
> we have rich environments for editing and a <textarea> is
> not one of them ;) Bah, if only WebDAV was better supported.
What support is there? (on linux)
> In general it lowers the barrier to entry, yep. I know for at least
> me, it raises the barrier though. Does contributing to linux.ie
> need that low a barrier to entry? Being able to use 3 cvs commands
> (checkout, update & commit) is a pretty small clue-filter :)
Arent there cute CVS frontends for both Linux and Windows?
> Judging by IRC banter, I'm very clearly in the minority on all this, but
> it would be nice to have some other kind of submission mechanism aswell
> for the mad people people like me.
No you're not mad. The idea of having to learn YAML to edit pages to
be displayed in a very common ML is daft.
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