:D só tá lerdo e coisas comprexas, ele não chega nem perto, mas para novatos deve ser bom.
On 12 December 2012 13:50, Raylton P. Sousa <raylton.so...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > From: James Forrester <jforres...@wikimedia.org> > Date: 2012/12/12 > Subject: [Wikitech-l] Alpha version of the VisualEditor now available on > the English Wikipedia > To: Wikimedia developers <wikitec...@lists.wikimedia.org>, > wikimedi...@lists.wikimedia.org > > > TL;DR: Today we are launching an alpha, opt-in version of the > VisualEditor to the English Wikipedia. This will let editors create > and modify real articles visually, using a new system where the > articles they edit will look the same as when you read them, and their > changes show up as they type enter them — like writing a document in a > word processor. Please let us know what you think. > > > Why launch now? > > We want our community of existing editors to get an idea of what the > VisualEditor will look like in the “real world” and start to give us > feedback about how well it integrates with how they edit right now, > and their thoughts on what aspects are the priorities in the coming > months. > > The editor is at an early stage and is still missing significant > functions, which we will address in the coming months. Because of > this, we are mostly looking for feedback from experienced editors at > this point, because the editor is insufficient to really give them a > proper experience of editing. We don’t want to promise an easier > editing experience to new editors before it is ready. > > As we develop improvements, they will be pushed every fortnight to the > wikis, allowing you to give us feedback as we go and tell us what > next you want us to work on. > > > How can I try it out? > > The VisualEditor is now available to all logged-in accounts on the > English Wikipedia as a new preference, switched off by default. If you > go to your “Preferences” screen and click into the “Editing” section, > it will have as an option labelled “Enable VisualEditor”). > > Once enabled, for each article you can edit, you will get a second > editor tab labelled “VisualEditor” next to the “Edit” tab. If you > click this, after a little pause you will enter the VisualEditor. From > here, you can play around, edit and save real articles and get an idea > of what it will be like when complete. > > At this early stage in our development, we recommend that after saving > any edits, you check whether they broke anything. All edits made with > the VisualEditor will show up in articles’ history tabs with a > “VisualEditor” tag next to them, so you can track what is happening. > > > Things to note > > Slow to load - It will take some time for long complex pages to load > into the VisualEditor, and particularly-big ones may timeout after 60 > seconds. This is because pages have to be loaded through Parsoid which > is also in its early stages, and is not yet optimised for deployment > and is currently uncached. In the future (a) Parsoid itself will be > much faster, (b) Parsoid will not depend on as many slow API calls, > and (c) it will be cached. > > Odd-looking - we currently struggle with making the HTML we produce > look like you are used to seeing, so styling and so on may look a > little (or even very) odd. This hasn't been our priority to date, as > our focus has been on making sure we don't disrupt articles with the > VisualEditor by altering the wikitext (correct "round-tripping"). > > No editing references or templates - Blocks of content that we cannot > yet handle are uneditable; this is mostly references and templates > like infoboxes. Instead, when you mouse over them, they will be > hatched out and a tooltip will inform you that they have to be edited > via wikitext for now. You can select these items and delete them > entirely, however there is not yet a way to add ones in or edit them > currently (this will be a core piece of work post-December). > > Incomplete editing - Some elements of "complex" formatting will > display and let you edit their contents, but not let users edit their > structure or add new entries - such as tables or definition lists. > This area of work will also be one of our priorities post-December. > > No categories - Articles' "meta" items will not appear at all - > categories, langlinks, magic words etc.; these are preserved (so > editing won't disrupt them), but they not yet editable. Another area > for work post-December - our current plan is that they will be edited > through a "metadata flyout", with auto-suggestions and so on. > > Poor browser support - Right now, we have only got VisualEditor to > work in the most modern versions of Firefox, Chrome and Safari. We > will find a way to support (at least) Internet Explorer post-December, > but it's going to be a significant piece of work and we have failed to > get it ready for now. > > Articles and User pages only - The VisualEditor will only be enabled > for the article and user namespaces (so you can make changes in a > personal sandbox), and will not work with talk pages, templates, > categories, etc.. In time, we will build out the kinds of specialised > editing tools needed for non-articles, but our focus has been on > articles. > > > Final point > > This is not the final form of the VisualEditor in lots of different > ways. We know of a number of bugs, and we expect you to find more. We > do not recommend people trying to use the VisualEditor for their > regular editing yet. We would love your feedback on what we have done > so far – whether it’s a problem you discovered, an aspect that you > find confusing, what area you think we should work on next, or > anything else, please do let us know. > > >  - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:VisualEditor >  - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:VisualEditor/Feedback > > Yours, > -- > James D. Forrester > Product Manager, VisualEditor > Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. > > jforres...@wikimedia.org | @jdforrester > > _______________________________________________ > Wikitech-l mailing list > wikitec...@lists.wikimedia.org > https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikitech-l > > > _______________________________________________ > WikimediaBR-l mailing list > WikimediaBRfirstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.wikimedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediabr-l > > -- Rodrigo Tetsuo Argenton rodrigo.argen...@gmail.com +55 11 97 97 18 884
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