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23:31, 30 July 2008 (UTC)
Cacycle's WikEd plugin
See this description page on Wikipedia for the plugin, which helps convert documents to wikitext. --Sj talk 23:33, 30 July 2008 (UTC)
The "Testing" page and lists of tests
Hello Mr. Joe.
I noticed you put a lot of tests in Testing#Testing_at_OLPC.
Here's a tip: use ---- to separate items with horizontal rules. If you use ====..., MediaWiki thinks you're entering a section heading.
You created tables for some of the tests.
FYI, I'm helping User:Femslade and charlie to automatically query for test case semantic information (e.g. "All tests for Stream 'Joyride'), and display the test info in a useful format. I hope this will mean info doesn't have to be copied and pasted around so much.
-- Skierpage 23:01, 1 August 2008 (UTC) (who is just a G1G1 who knows a bit about Semantic MediaWiki