Don’t worry, we are very interested in the Wiki feature. Actually we are putting much resource to online documents and Wiki-like feature. The problem of public Wiki is that we need carefully design it, so that it fits into the system. Otherwise it will become an odd add-on.
I’d like to share some results we have now for version 7.0:
Online Markdown editor is much improved and very stable now:
In the future, we want the online document editing support font color and other feature that not available in Markdown format.
A draft review workflow for online documents:
You can create a draft for an online document, send a review request to others, others will see the diff and can leave comments. After the file is reviewed, the draft can be published to overwrite the original file:
Much improved and production ready label feature
The file label feature is much improved and can be really useful:
Now every library has an associated Wiki mode, so you don’t need to explicitly create a Wiki for it. For the old Wiki module, I think it can be left for the purpose to create public Wiki, it can have extra features based on the Wiki mode, for example, you can design the navigation panel instead of showing the file tree. The Wiki mode is very stable now as we use it daily.
We plan to release a beta version of 7.0 in February.
Have a good holiday.