First none-nate post! (And second Nathan post.)
Okey-dokey, to get the ball rolling (a là huge ball that tries to squish Indiana Jones) I have a multi-part question: How current is this Everthing (E2) in relation to the stuff that is downloadable from Everydevel? Essentially, I want to know if generic Everything-engine functions are more updated in the EveryDevel download, or view source on E2.
nate sez -- this Everything is running off a heavily tweaked version of the 0.8 core -- the 0.9 core
is more up to date (except in a few places where I haven't applied changes on E2)
Ok, I had a question about this, but figured it out on my own; since others may ask it, I'll ask it now, and answer myself (yes, I'm lonely...)
Question: Is it better to post replies to the writeup that is "edevified" or create a new e2node and "edevify" it? Or should it be like a wimpy threading system, where new thoughts are edevified and follow-ups are written to an old "edev" link?
Answer: No; invalid question. :) (Edevify! only works per writeup, so you can create your writeup wherever you want, and then edevify your (or anybody else's) writeup)
(ok, one last minor ? - does the below-mentioned permission changes mean that the redone permission system is now working here? (no reason why I'm asking, just wondering))
nate sez -- nope. The new permission system is in 0.9 only. This is only a simple group-based
permission using usergroups