We’ve carried on with the Foswiki Camp today, and wow
, has it been a productive camp!
Andrew Jones has done an amazing job leading the effort on using PSGI / Plack to replace the low-level Foswiki engine, for simplified installation and ease of support across a wide range of platforms.
Andrew has also taken significant steps towards simplifying the installation documentation for new users.
Michael Daum has led the development of a super new plugin that helps admins find out what extensions can be upgraded on their installs. A bit of documentation and it’ll be ready for prime-time.
Olivier Raginel has led the move to git – we’ve managed to convert all the hooks, set up the DNS and otherwise get lots of preparation done.
Arthur Clemens has implemented support for displaying each search result differently, based on any attribute of the topic the result was found in. This makes the presentation of search results much
Arthur has also done a power of work on the awesome new base skin.
Padraig Lennon has led the development of a new “WikiApps” web on foswiki.org that helps people share and explore wiki applications in a simple and effective way.
Everyone at the camp has been fully engaged and productive – even to the extent of turning down free beers in order to keep on working!
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