Not really what I was getting at - a WYSIWYG editor can never produce quality -wiki- markup that meets community conventions, correct use of custom templates etc. Poorly worded before and not explicit about wiki markup vs html, I apologise.
Once again, I point at the evo site wiki. All done with wsiwyg, and all correct in standards wiki syntax.
Also, af, stop talking please.
Revert exists for a reason. Flozi, I appreciate that you are scared of someone coming in and ruining your hard work, but why don't you stop being afraid for a moment and understand that all people need is guidance and example? The reason the wiki is so fucked up is because there were never any guidelines for people to follow so people just did whatever the hell they chose to do.
If you just set up some guidelines and more importantly, have pages that follow them!, then people will naturally follow those guidelines. Another thing fucking up the works is the fact that the wiki is shoehorned into the site, with cruddy, hacky css markup to make the whole thing work. People would respond differently if the wiki were using the default look. They would naturally try to make it resemble wikipedia, because that is what they know (and that's exactly what I did on the evo wiki). The result is standards reached.
The idea that people are all of a sudden going to start using nothing but inline styles all over the place is stupid. Most people (despite common belief), aren't abject morons. Additionally, you can speak to them and guide them through how to do documentation. Also, this is why guidelines exist.
You guys are creating an actual problem from one that only exists min your heads. Moreover, explain to me why jk went through the wiki and inline styled all over the place. He certainly didn't use a wsiwyg to do it.
Your argument just landed flat on it's face.
Edit: Hmm, none of you even bothered to look at the dokuwiki editor to see is the syntax was standards compliant (userlist doesn't lie
), let me save you some trouble: http://pastebin.com/rB7mSiyP
<< all done with wsiwyg. I did not flip over to sauce once. (BTW, <note> is a plugin that adds wikipedia style colored alert thingies, just so you know, and it's actually covered here: http://www.wiki.evolutionrts.info/doku. ... ion_syntax