On 2015-10-09 17:50, Jehan wrote:

On 2015-10-09 15:48, Pat David wrote:
I'd agree that the wiki is possibly the best place to flesh these
ideas out with history and more flexibility to utilize images and
media to demonstrate our ideas (a big + when dealing with some of the
concepts I'm sure will come to light).

On Fri, Oct 9, 2015 at 7:57 AM Jehan <je...@girinstud.io> wrote:

This said, I want to prepare a procedure to how we will work in the
before giving out too many accounts.

Well, we are not so many at the moment, so it may not be so bad to get
everyone interested a wiki account.

Should we have a page per concept/idea, and a tag to organize on an
index page of some sort to show what has been proposed and where the
ideas may be in terms of viability?

What about this: http://gui.gimp.org/index.php/Procedure_for_Specifications ?

Basically if a topic is worth working on, we create a "workgroup"
page. For instance, for the multi-layer selection, we could edit

Well I've created the said page: http://gui.gimp.org/index.php/Multi-layer_selection_workgroup
Anyone, feel free to update the wiki page.


Once we decide it is time to start the spec, we will create a separate page.

What is important is to include the wiki pages into the right
MediaWiki categories. I have also created a (crappy) template which
should allow us to track spec status and inclusion in GIMP (when we
will have many).

This is only a first very basic skeleton of procedure to kickstart the
process. I am expecting this to evolve. :-)

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