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Yaron Koren-2
Hi all,

Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
version; changes and additions in this version include the following:

- Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}" tag.
This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed a
few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents a
big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms of
a complete editing system for structured pages.

To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a book
to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below the
"{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:

==Plot==
{{{section|Plot}}}

This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
section called "Plot".

The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.

Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.

- The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.

- Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
Stephan Gambke for the fix.

- There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to this
version. :) )

For more information, including how to download SF, go here:

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms

-Yaron
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Antwort: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

martin.gruner
Dear Yaron!

Thank you very much!
Is it now also possible to combine header tabs with map inputs forms?  I
couldn't merge these two features so far.
My basic is this form:
http://semantic-mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Form:Location 
It runs fine without header tabs in my wiki but with header tabs it is not
loading.

All the best, Martin





Von:
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Semantic MediaWiki users <[hidden email]>,
Datum:
08.10.2013 21:50
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[Semediawiki-user] [SF] Version 2.6: section handling,  native category
inputs, etc.



Hi all,

Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
version; changes and additions in this version include the following:

- Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}" tag.
This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed a
few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents a
big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms of
a complete editing system for structured pages.

To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a book
to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below the
"{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:

==Plot==
{{{section|Plot}}}

This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
section called "Plot".

The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.

Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.

- The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.

- Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
Stephan Gambke for the fix.

- There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to this
version. :) )

For more information, including how to download SF, go here:

https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms

-Yaron
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Re: Antwort: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

Neill Mitchell
Hi Martin.

It is not possible to use Maps with HeaderTabs unfortunately. There
seems to be a javascript clash.

Congrats to the SF team on the release of 2.6. Looks like a great
release. Thanks for all the effort!

Best regards
Neill.

On 09/10/13 11:04, Martin Gruner wrote:

> Dear Yaron!
>
> Thank you very much!
> Is it now also possible to combine header tabs with map inputs forms?  I
> couldn't merge these two features so far.
> My basic is this form:
> http://semantic-mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Form:Location
> It runs fine without header tabs in my wiki but with header tabs it is not
> loading.
>
> All the best, Martin
>
>
>
>
>
> Von:
> Yaron Koren <[hidden email]>
> An:
> Semantic MediaWiki users <[hidden email]>,
> Datum:
> 08.10.2013 21:50
> Betreff:
> [Semediawiki-user] [SF] Version 2.6: section handling,  native category
> inputs, etc.
>
>
>
> Hi all,
>
> Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
> version; changes and additions in this version include the following:
>
> - Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}" tag.
> This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed a
> few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents a
> big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
> system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
> edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms of
> a complete editing system for structured pages.
>
> To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a book
> to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below the
> "{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:
>
> ==Plot==
> {{{section|Plot}}}
>
> This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
> section called "Plot".
>
> The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
> Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.
>
> Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.
>
> - The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
> presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
> using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
> overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.
>
> - Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
> Stephan Gambke for the fix.
>
> - There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to this
> version. :) )
>
> For more information, including how to download SF, go here:
>
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms
>
> -Yaron
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Re: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

Ralf Krüdewagen
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Hi Yaron,

thanks, great work!

If the tooltip bug https://bugzilla.wikimedia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=27701 would
be fixed soon, it would be perfect ;-)

Cheers
Ralf

On Tuesday 08 October 2013 Yaron Koren wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
> version; changes and additions in this version include the following:
>
> ....


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Re: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

Cavila Contrafibularity
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That does look like a leap forward, so congrats on this one!

Unfortunately, bug 49302 is still there, so I'll stick with version 2.5.2 for now and look forward to the next release.

Cav

> Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2013 15:49:09 -0400
> From: [hidden email]
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: [Semediawiki-user] [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.
>
> Hi all,
>
> Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
> version; changes and additions in this version include the following:
>
> - Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}" tag.
> This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed a
> few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents a
> big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
> system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
> edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms of
> a complete editing system for structured pages.
>
> To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a book
> to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below the
> "{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:
>
> ==Plot==
> {{{section|Plot}}}
>
> This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
> section called "Plot".
>
> The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
> Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.
>
> Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.
>
> - The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
> presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
> using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
> overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.
>
> - Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
> Stephan Gambke for the fix.
>
> - There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to this
> version. :) )
>
> For more information, including how to download SF, go here:
>
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms
>
> -Yaron
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Antwort: Re: Antwort: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

martin.gruner
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Dear Neill and the list!

Thanks for your advice. Should I create 2 different forms? One with lots
of different headertabs and a second just for the geodata? I tried to set
up this scenario but I couldn't manage that both forms save their diffent
data in the same template.

Any hints?

Thanks, Martin




Von:
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An:
[hidden email],
Datum:
09.10.2013 12:14
Betreff:
Re: [Semediawiki-user] Antwort: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native
category inputs, etc.



Hi Martin.

It is not possible to use Maps with HeaderTabs unfortunately. There
seems to be a javascript clash.

Congrats to the SF team on the release of 2.6. Looks like a great
release. Thanks for all the effort!

Best regards
Neill.

On 09/10/13 11:04, Martin Gruner wrote:
> Dear Yaron!
>
> Thank you very much!
> Is it now also possible to combine header tabs with map inputs forms?  I
> couldn't merge these two features so far.
> My basic is this form:
> http://semantic-mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Form:Location
> It runs fine without header tabs in my wiki but with header tabs it is
not

> loading.
>
> All the best, Martin
>
>
>
>
>
> Von:
> Yaron Koren <[hidden email]>
> An:
> Semantic MediaWiki users <[hidden email]>,
> Datum:
> 08.10.2013 21:50
> Betreff:
> [Semediawiki-user] [SF] Version 2.6: section handling,  native category
> inputs, etc.
>
>
>
> Hi all,
>
> Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
> version; changes and additions in this version include the following:
>
> - Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}"
tag.
> This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed
a
> few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents
a
> big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
> system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
> edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms
of
> a complete editing system for structured pages.
>
> To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a
book
> to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below
the

> "{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:
>
> ==Plot==
> {{{section|Plot}}}
>
> This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
> section called "Plot".
>
> The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
> Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.
>
> Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.
>
> - The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
> presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
> using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
> overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.
>
> - Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
> Stephan Gambke for the fix.
>
> - There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to
this
> version. :) )
>
> For more information, including how to download SF, go here:
>
> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms
>
> -Yaron
>
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Re: Antwort: Re: Antwort: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

Neill Mitchell
Hi Martin.

The only way I can see to do this is to have the template for the tabbed
for have a query for the prescence of a location for that entry. If it
doesn't find one, it shows a message asking the user to enter their
location and a button to the location form.

The downside is it would be a two stage process of course. The user
would fill in the tabbed form first and save and then see the prompt to
complete the location form.

Cheers
Neill.
On 09/10/13 14:42, Martin Gruner wrote:

> Dear Neill and the list!
>
> Thanks for your advice. Should I create 2 different forms? One with lots
> of different headertabs and a second just for the geodata? I tried to set
> up this scenario but I couldn't manage that both forms save their diffent
> data in the same template.
>
> Any hints?
>
> Thanks, Martin
>
>
>
>
> Von:
> Neill Mitchell <[hidden email]>
> An:
> [hidden email],
> Datum:
> 09.10.2013 12:14
> Betreff:
> Re: [Semediawiki-user] Antwort: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native
> category inputs, etc.
>
>
>
> Hi Martin.
>
> It is not possible to use Maps with HeaderTabs unfortunately. There
> seems to be a javascript clash.
>
> Congrats to the SF team on the release of 2.6. Looks like a great
> release. Thanks for all the effort!
>
> Best regards
> Neill.
>
> On 09/10/13 11:04, Martin Gruner wrote:
>> Dear Yaron!
>>
>> Thank you very much!
>> Is it now also possible to combine header tabs with map inputs forms?  I
>> couldn't merge these two features so far.
>> My basic is this form:
>> http://semantic-mediawiki.org/w/index.php?title=Form:Location
>> It runs fine without header tabs in my wiki but with header tabs it is
> not
>> loading.
>>
>> All the best, Martin
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Von:
>> Yaron Koren <[hidden email]>
>> An:
>> Semantic MediaWiki users <[hidden email]>,
>> Datum:
>> 08.10.2013 21:50
>> Betreff:
>> [Semediawiki-user] [SF] Version 2.6: section handling,  native category
>> inputs, etc.
>>
>>
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
>> version; changes and additions in this version include the following:
>>
>> - Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}"
> tag.
>> This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed
> a
>> few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents
> a
>> big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
>> system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
>> edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms
> of
>> a complete editing system for structured pages.
>>
>> To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a
> book
>> to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below
> the
>> "{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:
>>
>> ==Plot==
>> {{{section|Plot}}}
>>
>> This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
>> section called "Plot".
>>
>> The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
>> Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.
>>
>> Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.
>>
>> - The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
>> presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
>> using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
>> overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.
>>
>> - Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
>> Stephan Gambke for the fix.
>>
>> - There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to
> this
>> version. :) )
>>
>> For more information, including how to download SF, go here:
>>
>> https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms
>>
>> -Yaron
>>
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Re: [SF] Version 2.6: section handling, native category inputs, etc.

Jaider Andrade Ferreira
In reply to this post by Cavila Contrafibularity
That does look like a leap forward, so congrats on this one!

Unfortunately, bug 49302 is still there, so I'll stick with version 2.5.2
for now and look forward to the next release.

+1
Jaider


2013/10/9 Cavila Contrafibularity <[hidden email]>

> That does look like a leap forward, so congrats on this one!
>
> Unfortunately, bug 49302 is still there, so I'll stick with version 2.5.2
> for now and look forward to the next release.
>
> Cav
>
> > Date: Tue, 8 Oct 2013 15:49:09 -0400
> > From: [hidden email]
> > To: [hidden email]
> > Subject: [Semediawiki-user] [SF] Version 2.6: section handling,
> native category inputs, etc.
> >
> > Hi all,
> >
> > Version 2.6 of Semantic Forms has been released. This is a major new
> > version; changes and additions in this version include the following:
> >
> > - Section handling has been added to SF, via the new "{{{section}}}" tag.
> > This feature is the result of a Google Summer of Code project, completed
> a
> > few weeks ago, by Himeshi De Silva. (I was the mentor.) This represents a
> > big change to Semantic Forms because, since the beginning, SF has been a
> > system only for editing template calls (and free text); now it can also
> > edit page sections. This should give SF a lot more flexibility in terms
> of
> > a complete editing system for structured pages.
> >
> > To use the canonical "book" example, if you wanted every page about a
> book
> > to have a section called "Plot" in addition to an infobox, then below the
> > "{{{end template}}}" tag you would just need to add the following:
> >
> > ==Plot==
> > {{{section|Plot}}}
> >
> > This would place a textarea in the form that would in turn populate a
> > section called "Plot".
> >
> > The Special:CreateForm page, as well as the SF component of the Page
> > Schemas extension, were also modified to allow section handling.
> >
> > Thanks to Himeshi for this new feature.
> >
> > - The "category" and "categories" input types formerly required the
> > presence of the CategoryTree extension. Now they're entirely standalone,
> > using the Dynatree Javascript library; and they're much less of a hack
> > overall. Thanks to Mathias Lidal for this important improvement.
> >
> > - Handling was improved for invalid parameters for #autoedit; thanks to
> > Stephan Gambke for the fix.
> >
> > - There were a few other bug fixes. (I did contribute a few things to
> this
> > version. :) )
> >
> > For more information, including how to download SF, go here:
> >
> > https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:Semantic_Forms
> >
> > -Yaron
> >
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