May 30th, 2013

I’ve been working on a boostrap-theme/skin for PmWiki.


It’s beginning to take shape, but there’s a long way to go to make it a “real theme.” (I should note that it was extracted from a ready-to-install PmWiki “kit” with bootstrap in it; I’ve made it standalone, and am enhancing the feature-set and building documentation.).


I’ve been learning how to use git, GitHub, (guthub-flavored) markdown, more work with Bootstrap, deep-diving back into PmWiki development, playing with Emacs’ org-mode for journaling, and using Trello for planning.


PHP is annoying the !@#!@# out of me, as is GitHub’s wise advice to use relative links in a, but making it impossible to use relative links to files in the wiki.


I’m hitting a bunch of tasks on my TODO list.



1 comment(s)

  1. comment by Michael Paulukonis on Thursday, May 30th, 2013 1:46 pm

    No relative links to a github wiki MAKES SENSE, as the wiki is A SEPARATE REPO, but they aren’t intuitively separate.

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