[wp-hackers] [GSoC 2014] unique idea: Interactive Drag & Drop Content Editor
kireerike at gmail.com
Wed Mar 5 16:45:34 UTC 2014
Thank you for helping me adjusting the details!
I started to create a Google Document in which I added the requirements.
Here it is:
Feel free to add some note if you wish. After the requirements are fixed I
will create a detailed schedule plan for the project. Please let me know if
I need to add something or if I need to go into details. This document
contains now just the basics.
I think, after GSoC is over other WordPress community members could
contribute to this project and maintain the code and add new functions as
As I mentioned it before, I think this plugin can help and make even more
easier to create templates for site-builders. I believe with such a plugin
even everyday WordPress users can customize their own page layout. So I
think the users and the community will be happy to use this plugin, because
it gives more possibility to edit the page layout structure and it extends
the usability of WordPress. Also, I think the future of this plugin is that
it will be useful for many WordPress users.
2014-03-04 23:31 GMT+01:00 Bryan Petty <bryan at ibaku.net>:
> On Tue, Mar 4, 2014 at 8:10 AM, Erik Engi <kireerike at gmail.com> wrote:
> > So my plugin would
> > be a kind of blocky layout or template editor, with less limitations than
> > the mentioned note keeping application. Do you know exactly what I mean?
> Yes, I believe I understand generally what you mean now.
> > What do you think about this issue?
> Well, the most helpful details to understand right now, even before
> getting into mocking out user interface, is to detail out what you
> think the project requirements for such a project would be, and also
> detail out how you think you might be able to fit those requirements
> into a schedule that aligns with GSoC deadlines. You will be required
> to do this before submitting your proposal anyway, so if you help us
> understand what the scope of your project includes here, we can
> actually help you adjust those details now before you even submit your
> How do you think such a plugin could be maintained after GSoC is over?
> What do you imagine the future of this plugin is?
> Bryan Petty
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