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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of TracIdeas


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Timestamp:
Jul 19, 2012, 10:15:57 AM (10 years ago)
Author:
Christian Boos
Comment:

rephrase (edited in side-by-side mode in FF 3.5.9, works fine ;-) )

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  • TracIdeas

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    11= Trac ideas and suggestions
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    3 Organized by topics, this is a new //free for all// discussion area in the Trac wiki. Typically, these pages should collect **short**, **precise** and **actionable** items, a bit like a giant structured !TODO list. You may notice typos in the code, a glitch in the CSS, noticed an annoying behavior ... but don't feel this is worth creating a ticket, then this is the place!
     3Organized by topics, this is a new //free for all// discussion area in the Trac wiki. Typically, these pages should collect **short**, **precise** and **actionable** items, a bit like a giant structured !TODO list.
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     5If you notice typos in the code, a glitch in the CSS, an annoying behavior ... but don't feel this is worth creating a ticket, then this is the place!
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    57 - [./DefaultTheme] -- all things about the CSS and the default layout
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     11Note: //the TracDev/ScratchPad pages are similar in intent in such that they try to address sub-systems as a whole instead of focusing on a particular issue like we usually do in a single ticket, but they are more **developer** oriented. They are better used for discussing technicalities, how to refactor the code for greater flexibility or performance, or write API proposals, etc.//
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    9 Note: the TracDev/ScratchPad pages are similar in intent in such that they try to address sub-systems as a whole instead of focusing on a particular issue like we usually do in a single ticket, but they are more developer oriented, like for discussing technicalities about how to refactor the code for greater flexibility or performance. The present !TracIdeas/ pages are really meant to collect constructive feedback **from the users** (or from the developers as users!).
     13//By contrast, the present !TracIdeas/ pages are really meant to collect constructive feedback **from the users** (or from the developers with their user hat on!)//