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Re: Emacs-Lisp Bill-Board
Re: Emacs-Lisp Bill-Board
Wed, 04 Feb 2009 12:59:01 +0100
Thunderbird 126.96.36.199 (X11/20070801)
Thanks a lot, Daniel,
so we proceed...
Daniel Clemente wrote:
> EmacsWiki was suggested as the natural place to share code snippets, but
> not appropriate because of possible unwanted edits and because it doesn't
> integrate well with our tools (version control, Emacs, ...).
> I propose to reimplement EmacsWiki using org-mode pages. Org-mode (
> http://orgmode.org/ ) is an oficial Emacs mode to take notes, define tasks to
> do, schedule appointments and deadlines, publish to several formats, and
> more. It uses just a plain text file with as much markup as you want. Version
> control works thus very well with .org files.
> This combination would do it:
> - a Bazaar repository. This is where access control is done
> - several .org files in it; including global pages with Emacs information and
> also personal pages with information and the each user's task list if they
> - a script which export these pages to HTML (this is already done; see below)
> - a web interface so that users can edit pages in a web browser
> A special branch or directory with restricted access could be used to hold
> the accepted code for inclusion with Emacs. Emacs could then branch this
> directory. Either this is restricted to people who signed the FSF papers, or
> some script is included in Emacs to download this branch at will.
> There can be a global section and also personal pages, where each users
> tracks their Emacs-related tasks (schedules, deadlines, TODOs, links to
> discussions, ...). Hey, even bugs could be discussed and fixed in Org better
> than in a bug tracker! Note that you get all the typical Emacs eye-candy
> while you are editing .org files: gnus, remember, bbdb, vc, diary, appt, ...
> Of course, other files could also be tracked and shared, like export
> scripts. Org-mode even includes an attachment system which can help organize
> files and add any metadata you want. Source code can be edited in place (with
> syntax colouring) or attached in files.
> This is not an utopia; this is already being used in Worg, a repository of
> pages related to Org-mode.
> Its main page is: http://orgmode.org/worg/
> You can fetch this branch (read-only) with: git clone
> Registered users can push to that branch easily, can fork from that branch,
> merge again, etc.
> What is missing is a web interface to that repository which allows to
> commit each change that. But I understand that this is already what EmacsWiki
> does, since it commits everything to a repository
> (http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/SVN_repository). The new EmacsWiki branch
> could even import this Subversion branch.
> Many users have been contributing to Worg and it has been useful. It is a
> working demo of what EmacsWiki could do; in the future, maybe Worg is just a
> part of the greater EmacsWiki...
> Andreas Roehler <address@hidden> writes:
>> Emacs-Lisp capabilities:
>> I feel a certain gap between the relative easiness, to
>> write a peace of code for personal use and the
>> dimension of the question, to implement that in
>> Altogether with the question if such an implementation
>> is recommendable at all.
>> Or to say it otherwise: There are lots of peaces of
>> code, see `map-file-lines' published on emacs-devel
>> yesterday, which look perfectly useful for people
>> knowing Emacs Lisp, regardless of an upcoming
>> Needles to say: during development process only a
>> part of that kind of proposals will find its way
>> into the distribution.
>> There is some loss, as even these ideas, which don't
>> prove fit for implementation,
>> may be helpful for other programmers.
>> I've thought at a kind of bill-board, where everyone
>> interested might pin his code onto it.
>> An account on launchpad seems suitable for that task.
>> People should get push-permission on a low level,
>> anyone interested basically.
>> Right or wrong? Someone interested?
>> Andreas Röhler
Re: Emacs-Lisp Bill-Board, Stefan Monnier, 2009/02/03
Re: Emacs-Lisp Bill-Board, Daniel Clemente, 2009/02/04