[maemo-community] [maemo2midgard] Annotations in texts

From: Quim Gil quim.gil at nokia.com
Date: Thu Aug 23 08:34:14 EEST 2007
Hi Eero!

On Wed, 2007-08-22 at 18:34 +0300, ext Eero af Heurlin wrote:
> especially if the existing annotations are to survive
> editing of the article with tinymce (or any other such HTML editor)

This feature is targeted to
http://maemo.org/development/documentation/ . We had to get rid of
TinyMCE for that section since it was messing our code examples and
nobody could find a way to make it respect <pre>.

I don't know if we will be ever able to get back TinyMCE back there but,
the absence of it would make easier the implementatiOn of the annotation

> Making this as generic feature would probably take 4-6days from someone
> who has solid background in MidCOM/DM2 and cross-platform javascript.

By 'generic feature' you mean a Midgard component for anyone to use?
What % of that time corresponds to a maemo-specific implementation? Does
the lack of TinyMCE help saving time here? 

Is this a rough-rough estimation or have you got a look to the source
code of that module (or any similar implementation elsewhere - do you
know any?)


If this is still too complex and it's not really in your agenda we will
probable need to go through simple activation of comments on pages.

Quim Gil - http://maemo.org

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