The notes from the Wikisource hangout last night are now on Meta.
I don’t really remember what it was, but whatever it was, it no longer is:
(Maybe someone just forgot to pay their hosting bill.)
Pear_Exception makes it to a stable v1.0.0 after 11 years!
Today, it seems to me that the incremental construction approach is best. Don’t tear everything down and start again! That’s slow, and will never result in an improvement overall — some parts will be better, but others worse. Instead, find the bit that is most rubbish, and fix that. Then repeat. The growth will be messy and disorganised, but will have a quality that otherwise would never be achieved. Both a particular quality and a vibe of quality I mean.
Enjoying Semantic MediaWiki’s speed-of-development, but not quite digging its non-codiness.
Scanning and whisky gang the gither!