> with these custom mappings which happen to rely on custom
> program x which is in my environment but you'll have to
> compile it from source ...,' etc.
But that's not solved by a wiki - compiling from source is always work.
Its only solved by source friendly distributions like gentoo or
> Well, I also think that vim.org would benefit from
> a chatroom, Stack Overflow style.
Stack Overflow is already being used.
Information about how to use that
> loads of new users asking questions, and who uses IRC
> these days? :-)
Many people, join and see yourself.
> I think, given the enduring popularity of Vim, it needs
> a centralised resource.
Rewriting Vim is out of my scope - I've had plans to do so for months.
So I try to apply 20/80 rule again.
Thanks for joining and contributing ideas. A short irc howto is already
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