For future versions 11 ? 12 ?
There are several main marked up languages that we know well.
I think that it will be useful to be able to exchange (import, export) documents with other selected marked up languages.
About this category, I redact documents using textile to describe the developments integrated into projects and bugzilla.
This because I have near fifty elementary project developed since 4.0, stabilized at 8.3 and that I am preparing for 10.x. (They remain for most of them available and someones must be adapted - galleries particularly)
The problem is to exchange data with users of main wiki.
The need is to use the large capabilities of tikiwiki to hold projects management and documentation. But as it is not specialized it cannot be directly used.
1- Be compatible i/O with textile which is very closed from basic tiki marked up language. This for basic articles.
2- Develop a plugin using tikiwiki as marked up language for Mylin
3- Look farther with a full XSL XSL-Fo (note that with eclipse all marked up supported languages can be exported as XSL-
1- First : list of major marked up languages for wiki and task managers
2- Links import export existing from one to another
3- Choose the optimum
- Prepare use of tikiwiki in project management
- Be compatible with environments as Eclipse to with other project management tools
- Tiki provides a lot of coherent and very useful tools to manage the content of projects (documents and detailed task management, studies) and groupware life and management which is the core of project management (the classical tools for planning are only in my mind a little part). __But it cannot be connected with specialized existing tools and information systems in various businesses. The problem and aim is to prune efficiently tikiwiki into these organizations.
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