On Oct 22, 3:34 pm, "T.J. Crowder" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
> > ...without core support (or at least
> > mention of resources like this from the core prototype site) people
> > won't find these resources...
> Oh, I don't know.  Try googling "prototype tip" or "prototype tips",
> for instance. ;-)  And that's after about a week.  Give us some time,
> and I figure we'll show up even without Core links, and on more likely
> searches.  (Who searches for "prototype tip"? :-) )
> That said, I don't have any reason to believe that the Core folks have
> a problem with the unofficial wiki and in fact I *do* have reason to
> believe that if we do a good job with it, they'll happily link to it.
> "Unofficial" doesn't mean unuseful and unappreciated.  Just that the
> information doesn't have to be cleared through committee before
> appearing on the wiki.
> I think we completely agree about community and bringing together
> plugins and add-ons, though, and from some recent conversations (not
> to mention Andrew's recent blog posts), I think that the Core folks
> are with us on that as well and that we'll be seeing efforts from them
> on that front.

I think it's great, T.J., and thanks again for all the effort.
I should find some time to write a post about this on my blog.

> --
> T.J. Crowder
> tj / crowder software / com


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