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Thanks for the "preemptive" post, I was just about to send a note in reply as a reminder. [*sad*] about the news though.

Quite honestly, if we were to re-think the use of MediaWiki, I would consider the lack of a WYSIWYG editor a blocker to its adoption. It prevents people from our ordinary ranks to jump in and help AND even more embarrassing is the fact that we are in the business of supplying a WYSIWYG office software solution -- these are the kind of users we attract. Ironic!

In fact, all of our wiki pages could have easily been developed on a SilverStripe site.



Le 2012-10-04 07:27, Florian Effenberger a écrit :

the new wiki is nearly finished, probably I can launch the test drive
even until the end of the week.

One of the requests that were made quite often, is the installation of a
WYSIWYG editor. Unfortunately, I have no good news here: From what I
have researched, the only usable WYSIWYG editor is still in development,
and previous solutions we used are not actively maintained anymore, thus
won't work with the new wiki version we will deploy.

I am sorry that I have no better news on this. If anyone of you spots a
wiki editor working with the upcoming 1.21 version of MediaWiki, please
let me know, and I'll have a look.


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