RE: VimWiki - released finally
> Sebastian,Lets avoid using the vim-announce mailing list for a discussing of vim
> Why not utilize the "talk:" pages for the comments (see
> discussion tab at top of each wiki page)?
> Just curious.
wiki and stick to vim-dev.
> On 6/5/07, Sebastian Menge <sebastian.menge@...> wrote:Very good work Sebastian, it looks great to me.
>> [cross-posted to vim, vim-dev, vim-announce, wikia-l]
>> Hi all
>> Finally I have imported all the vim tips from http://vim.org/tips to
>> and set up a minimal infrastructure to keep things going. Not everything
>> is perfect, but I think it is usable now.
>> Thanks to all the support from vim@... and especially to the very
>> kind wikia community (#wikia on freenode and the mailing list,
>> Some words on contribution: A good wiki depends on two main factors:
>> Excellent content and a lively community. We have a lot of good content
>> now, but to make it excellent we need You!
>> If you ever posted a tip or a comment to the old tips database, please
>> have a look at it on the wiki, and review the page. Every little bit
>> See you on the wiki, Sebastian.
I have already come across a new tip on vim wikia that I hadn't known
anything about which I thought I might draw programmer's attention to
(sorry if you already know about it). Tip #1267, which is a tip to
enable a programmer to see (by a simple key combination of his/her
choice), in which function they are. Very useful if you have just landed
in the middle of a long function during a search for example, you know
longer have to move around inside the buffer to find which function you
are in, just type your chosen key combination: see
if you are interested.
Thanks very much to the original author of the tip and to everyone who
has contributed to setting up the vim wikia.