Dec 042012

Today, we pushed another update to the Kuma platform that powers MDN. We have an assortment of tweaks and clean-ups today, so let’s dive in and take a look!

  • The HTML <time> element was being treated as a block element instead of as an inline element by the editor. This is now fixed.
  • The page.subpages() KumaScript function now returns the subpage list sorted alphabetically.
  • Columns in the revision dashboard have minimum widths now, to help prevent some awkward wrapping issues. It’s not perfect yet, but is much improved.
  • The Persona authentication code has been updated to stop using some deprecated routines.
  • Text describing prize information for the Dev Derby has been updated.

In other news (sort of), it turns out the revision dashboard was opened to the public a while back and nobody told me. I’ll be blogging about how to use it shortly!

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  One Response to “Kuma update: December 4, 2012”

  1. Also in the last day or so, the revision dashboard now displays the locale of each page in front of the page name.

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