I would like to structure the Main Page in boxes like here  the Featured Article/Project. Any objections? And maybe User:Bozhidar should write some lines about the relation to the "old" EmacsWiki?--Kenda 19:58, 24 March 2012 (EET)
- 1 Markup Conventions
- 2 Describing Modes and Packages
- 3 Template for mode-with-github-source pages?
- 4 Issues
Could/should we have some standard way of marking up links to Info sections? PhilHudson 22:10, 24 March 2012 (EET)
Could/should we have a convention for formatting and placement of wikipedia links on pages? PhilHudson 22:37, 24 March 2012 (EET)
Similar question to Wikipedia wrt EmacsWiki PhilHudson 23:06, 24 March 2012 (EET)
Should we have a convention for marking up key sequences? I already see `C-x a` and
GregLucas 17:13, 25 March 2012 (EEST)
+1 for any convention, I favor the latter over the former (but I'm using the former since that matches the first samples I encountered). PhilHudson 17:23, 25 March 2012 (EEST)
Describing Modes and Packages
I'd like to suggest *not* suffixing (links to) modes with "-mode". Thus: "org" not "org-mode". For consistency I've been adding links titled "org-mode" until now, since that one was already created when I started. PhilHudson 22:09, 24 March 2012 (EET)
- Agreed, let's use the "friendly" name of a package. I'd say "Org", "Gnus", "YASnippet", etc. GregLucas
Built-ins vs Add-ons
An article on a mode/package should indicate whether it is part of the Emacs distribution. When there is a list of packages, maybe we group the built-in ones first and then the add-ons? GregLucas 00:53, 25 March 2012 (EET)
Good idea. PhilHudson 17:25, 25 March 2012 (EEST)
Template for mode-with-github-source pages?
Can Wikimedia do page templates? I'm sure the answer is yes. PhilHudson 23:07, 24 March 2012 (EET)
FIXME Enable Wikimedia markup help pages
The "Editing Help" link goes to a virgin page, not the full help page.