[tomboy-list] Fwd: Semantic awareness?
tristil at gmail.com
Thu Apr 12 06:53:06 PDT 2007
How about counting the number of changes across the wiki, and warning
the user if it's a large enough number? Also, keeping a dictionary of
commonplace words (like school) and asking when a commonplace word
gets changed into a longer wiki link.
On 4/12/07, D. Moonfire <lists at mfgames.com> wrote:
> Sanford Armstrong wrote:
> > I think we're most interested in finding a solution that allows us to
> > continue using implicit linking, but to make it inherently safer. But
> > I don't speak for everyone, of course.
> > If we keep using implicit linking, but have stricter rules for note
> > titles (as proposed in bug 350990), how do people feel about keeping
> > the feature of updating link text when a note is renamed?
> I'd say give the user an option to decide if linked are renamed when you change
> the title. That way, people who know what they are doing can do so. Of course,
> if that is coupled with a "what links here" type of thing, it could be very useful.
> (Sorry about the double, I keep forgetting reply doesn't go to the list)
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