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Hi Sri - thanks for the heads up - I should be giving that to you guys, though! What you have done is amazing - you can deem yourself lucky that you have all these motivated people around you at MIT.
I have pretty much figured everything out (I usually do :) and its really easy with those great tutorials) - with the frustrating exception of dewikifying. I have already sent Jason Kelly an email asking him for help, though (he sent me my account details). So don't bother unless you know he has no time... Thanks again - it seems to me I've been waiting for OWW and I didn't even know it! Guess you will see me around from now on. Cheers! Smeister 20:09, 25 February 2006 (EST)
Re: Your comment
Right. As mentioned on the discussion page, we'll use this morning's version with Barry's fix and misaligned icons since there doesn't seem to be a HTML solution that would satisfy both as of now. I would prefer the latter but since most others, in this case, prefer usability over visual appeal, we'll stick with that. I am planning on looking further into this though and I am sure there is a solution. I am also working on an AJAX extension that would simplify editing in the future and get rid of several glitches posted on the MediaWiki newsgroups, including this. More about that later.
Lastly, all issues that come up, especially as a result of my work, are brought to my attention and will always be resolved at the first opportunity to the best possible solution and everyone's satisfaction. There is no need to worry.
There is also an "edit" link on top that can always be used if any changes need to be made.
George 22:19, 28 February 2006 (EST)
I couldn't even run up one flight of stairs to Niki's desk as fast as you became aware of and fixed our problem... i couldn't quite decide if I should be frustrated or happy about it... :) Smeister 10:10, 3 March 2006 (EST)
Hi Sri - I love the Calendar and have put up a version of it on our labpage. I am wondering though, if there would be any possibility of implementing email alerts ("watch") for when someone adds an item to it. For example the labmeeting schedule changes, etc... Could I maybe put it under a namespace of its own (e.g. "kafatoscalendar:") and then have the whole namespace "watched"? Is anything like that possible? Smeister 14:35, 6 March 2006 (EST)