Diff for /wikisrc/wiki/todo/unformatted.mdwn between versions 1.5 and 1.6

version 1.5, 2013/03/26 10:31:18 version 1.6, 2013/05/25 19:12:55
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 ## Must-have before "release"  ## Must-have before "release"
   
 * `jdf`'s top 3 (XXX inline these from `schmonz`'s notes)  * `jdf`'s top 3 (XXX inline these from `schmonz`'s notes)
   
 * When I want to link the `wsdisplay` subsection, I have to use the  * When I want to link the `wsdisplay` subsection, I have to use the
   anchor `#index1h3`. Is it possible (as with file name normalisation)    anchor `#index1h3`. Is it possible (as with file name normalisation)
   to link `#wsdisplay` instead?    to link `#wsdisplay` instead?
   
 * enable the TOC by default on every wiki page, e.g., three levels  * enable the TOC by default on every wiki page, e.g., three levels
   deep? Maybe also with a macro to disable it.    deep? Maybe also with a macro to disable it.
   
 * people think they should use capital letters to title a page, but  * people think they should use capital letters to title a page, but
   really they should use lowercase and set fancy titles with \[[!meta]]    really they should use lowercase and set fancy titles with \[[!meta]]
   
 * it should be impossible to add pages whose names differ only by  * it should be impossible to add pages whose names differ only by
   case (for OS X, Cygwin, etc.)    case (for OS X, Cygwin, etc.)
   
 * web-adding a page with capital letters fails and breaks web-editing  * web-adding a page with capital letters fails and breaks web-editing
   until an admin {re,}moves the staged-to-be-added file    until an admin {re,}moves the staged-to-be-added file
   
 * staged-to-be-added files that can't be committed during a web-edit  * staged-to-be-added files that can't be committed during a web-edit
   show up get reported as "conflicts" even though there are no conflicts    show up get reported as "conflicts" even though there are no conflicts
   or conflict markers    or conflict markers
   
 * at least understand whether there are bugs in web comments:  * at least understand whether there are bugs in web comments:
     * ones needing moderation are duplicated (temporarily?)      * ones needing moderation are duplicated (temporarily?)
     * first one on a page not always added to CVS control?      * first one on a page not always added to CVS control?
   
 * now `schmonz` is comfortable removing the "not ready, stay away"  * now `schmonz` is comfortable removing the "not ready, stay away"
   notice from the front page (once he's comfortable removing it)    notice from the front page (once he's comfortable removing it)
   
 * correct issue with login prompt being triggered from non-ssl page  * correct issue with login prompt being triggered from non-ssl page
   
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 ## Nice-to-have after "release"  ## Nice-to-have after "release"
   
 * autolink manpage references  * autolink manpage references
   
 * title should be set by the first header  * title should be set by the first header
   
 * <https://wiki.netbsd.org> can't load the CSS from `http://` (at least in the CGI)  * <https://wiki.netbsd.org> can't load the CSS from `http://` (at least in the CGI)
   
 * hey, so non-developers should be able to contribute somehow  * hey, so non-developers should be able to contribute somehow
   
 * pkgwiki needs commits mailed to `www-changes`  * pkgwiki needs commits mailed to `www-changes`
   
 * pkgwiki shouldn't be separate from wiki  * pkgwiki shouldn't be separate from wiki
   
 * pkgsrcCon site shouldn't be separate from pkgwiki  * pkgsrcCon site shouldn't be separate from pkgwiki
   
 * automatically link manpage references, e.g. dump(8).  * automatically link manpage references, e.g. dump(8).
   
 * use a nicer template, e.g. that of the pkgsrc website.  * use a nicer template, e.g. that of the pkgsrc website.
   
 * www shouldn't be separate from wiki  * www shouldn't be separate from wiki
   
 * `cvsps` dumps core  * `cvsps` dumps core
   
 * arrange to not need `cvsps` or `File::ReadBackwards`  * arrange to not need `cvsps` or `File::ReadBackwards`
   
 * cvs bugs when not using NetBSD `commit_prep` (NetBSD not affected)  * cvs bugs when not using NetBSD `commit_prep` (NetBSD not affected)

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