I have deleted the page re new ideas as it is a bad idea. It was full of vague proposals without developer support, links to projects which have no connection to us and platforms which we will not support. As such anyone who has a active developmemt ongoing is invited to make use of the wiki pages to collect input, but I do not think it should be a free for all. Proposal pages should be opened only by the peopel who actually will fulfill the proposal. refdoc:talk 11:43, 8 January 2018 (MST)
Improving the Development Pane
The ideal Frontend wishlist item should be moved to become a section on a more general new page Development Roadmap. IMHO, it is too verbose to be here on the main page. Please comment. David Haslam 19:07, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
I have deleted the links to the Ideal frontend wishlist - it is a massive page with a lot of useful stuff hidden under garbage and outdated things - we need to cull that to size before we make it reappear.refdoc:talk
Please restrict the listing of front-ends on the Main Page to those which are at least at beta test status. It is better to list new front-end development projects in the Current Projects page. David Haslam 19:24, 14 April 2010 (UTC)
xulsword & phpsword
xulsword was originally developed as Windows based front-end, but more recently has also been adapted as a Firefox extension.
phpsword is part of the xulsword project, but is a server based front-end. For a demonstration, please visit IBT Bible Browser.
David Haslam 14:07, 26 July 2012 (MDT)
- With the changes to Mozilla Firefox add-ons infrastructure, xulsword is no longer available as a Firefox extension. David Haslam (talk) 01:47, 8 January 2018 (MST)
I have just removed the following from the Development pane.
This is already linked from the page DevTools:Bindings. A link from the main page isn't required. --David Haslam (talk) 07:23, 8 January 2018 (MST) The Bindings are one of the most crucial feature of the library and are very much main page material. Please do not edit anything in this section. refdoc:talk 11:50, 8 January 2018 (MST)
- It's very technical, and wouldn't be understood by the casual visitor. --David Haslam (talk) 15:37, 8 January 2018 (MST)