So some content here needs work, so Lets make this happen.
One of the ways I can see doing this is through a top down approach, by setting up a bunch of “wiki projects” with some discreet goals in mind, and any who are interested in that project picking a goal, and working with it.
How can you start a project?
Just do it up?
How can you contribute to a project?
- Add some todo items if you think you have some good ideas on how to improve a particular project
- Pick one of the todo items and get cracking!
Another method is to go from the bottom up approach. If you find a page that needs help, then tag it with CategoryNeedsAttention. If you have a few spare cycles, hit up pages tagged with CategoryNeedsAttention and see what you can do to fix it.
Ideas, and todo list
- EmacsJs - does anybody have direct experience with this package?
- NodeJs - are there any working packages that allow tab-completion when the node REPL is used from Emacs?
- SwankJs - if you’re familiar with SwankJs can you review the content?
- js-comint.el has no dedicated page; do we need one?
- “flusspferd.el mode for Emacs” - do we know anything else about it?
- CoffeeScript - any modes or emacs-specific notes on this compiles-to-js language?
I’m new to org-mode, but the org-mode page looks like it could use some work.
Ideas, and todo list
- document the new publish/export changes
- check the elisp
- is anything out of date, needs to be dated for specific versions?
Helm (formerly Anything) Project
Ideas and todo list
Congrats to Helm (formerly Anything) on its new name change! There is a bunch of anything code on the wiki that is getting waaay out of date, so this is a great opportunity to fix and update it.
- Move the documentation to the official github wiki: https://github.com/emacs-helm/helm/wiki
- Find old anything extensions on the wiki that are out of date and do something with them. If they are useless, delete them. If they are out of date, and could use a refresh, mark them as such. You should submit them to the GitHub emacs-helm organization. It’s the Helm team’s wish to house all the source code under that roof for maintainability’s sake.
- Make sure some history about anything is kept around. The fact that both Rubikitch, Therry, Tassilo and AndyStuart? all contributed to this project should be celebrated. Anything is one of the many awesome projects that was housed at this wiki.
Does anybody want to play RMS and replicate/rewrite the WikEmacs information?