(do over as a forward to the list and not a simple reply).

I agree on both accounts - the licensing seems problematic for corporate use and HTML 5 is still very much in its infancy.

I can also add another comment :

- Rich text editors still need significant improvements to handle MediaWiki tags (and semantic tags). Would such an editor be open enough to plugins or extensions to support additional tags ?

- Laurent

On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 11:57 AM, Yaron Koren <yaron57@gmail.com> wrote:

This looks interesting. I have two main comments/questions about it:

- I don't know if the license for Aloha Editor is compatible with MediaWiki - it has a dual license, of AGPL for open-source plus a commercial license:

I'm far from a license expert - would that work, or not?

- It uses HTML5, i.e. everyone's favorite semi-nonexistent technology. My understanding is that HTML5 is partly supported by various browsers, though not IE. Is it too early to talk about HTML5 in the context of MediaWiki?


On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 9:56 AM, Krabina Bernhard <krabina@kdz.or.at> wrote:

please have a look at this new editor: http://www.aloha-editor.org/

Maybe this would be a nice feature for MediaWiki in general and Semantic Forms in particular...


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