This is a static dump of issues in the old "Flyspray" bugtracker for DokuWiki. Bugs and feature requests
are now tracked at the issue tracker at Github.
CSS, XHTML, JS, Browsers
I'd like to get some opinions if we should do it or not and what the advantages and disadvantages are.
I don't think this is necessary. I definitely would like to keep the important libraries loaded in <HEAD>, i.e. jquery, which is probably 90%+ of the download size.
I think to remember talking about this with Adrian and he basically said the same as Chris, here and I agree. Closing this one.
ps. it's unfortunate that this tracker has no report or close date, it's impossible to see when both timewise as well as technology wise a decision was made.
It has a close date, see the "History" tab. It was closed on 2012-08-26. Not just that, it also clearly displays who closed it, when and why directly under the task. Report date is also clearly stated at the top (and in the History tab as well) with "30 June 2012".
Sorry Anika, I seem to be unable to find the history tab, there were 2 instances of the word history on this page and both were in your comment, and I don't see any of the dates you mention.... see the screenshot
That is very weird indeed. Wherever your username ("mprins") is at the top and in the "closed by" box is a date. Could it be a browser add-on? Try a different browser and see what happens. (Attached a screenshot of what I see.)