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Timestamp:
08/30/17 16:20:03 (3 weeks ago)
Author:
morganestes
Message:

Add long description and disclaimer to readme

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mansplainer
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  • mansplainer/tags/1.0.0/readme.txt

    r1722070 r1722106  
    1111Fixes comments to be more technically accurate, naturally. 
    1212 
     13== Description == 
     14 
     15Want to make sure that post's author knows who _really_ knows what they're trying say? Mansplain in the comments. 
     16What if a post is missing that one detail that only you know? Mansplain in the comments. 
     17Was a post succinct and well-written? Probably not well enough, and you know what that means: Mansplain. 
     18 
     19But what if you (accidentally, I'm sure) fail to indicate that you're the savior when you comment? Let Mansplain fix that for you. 
     20 
     21Mansplain helps keep your comment section technically correct (which we know is the *best* kind of correct) by prefixing comments 
     22with an appropriately helpful phrase to let everyone know that _this_ comment can be relied on to be accurate, helpful, and properly 'splained. :) 
     23 
    1324== Installation == 
     25 
    1426Add the plugin to your site. That's it, nothing else to do. 
    1527 
    1628== Frequently Asked Questions == 
    17 ## WHAT? 
     29 
     30=  WHAT? = 
     31 
    1832I know, right? You can thank @ipstenu for the inspiration. Thread starts here: https://twitter.com/Ipstenu/status/901916871376551936. 
    1933 
    20 ## Can I change the 'splains? 
     34= Can I change the 'splains? = 
     35 
    2136You sure can, with the handy `'mansplainer_splains'` filter. It's an array of strings that get run through `esc_html`, so keep 'em clean of markup. 
    2237 
    23 ## Is this for real? 
     38= Is this for real? = 
     39 
    2440Well, yes. It's a real plugin, with real examples of core and custom filters, and very real examples of how *not* to talk to people. 
    2541 
    2642== Changelog == 
    27 ## 1.0.0 
    28 Initial release, in case you didn't already know that. 
     43 
     44= 1.0.0 = 
     45* Initial release, in case you didn't already know that. 
     46 
     47== Disclaimer == 
     48 
     49This is a joke, but not really. If you're tempted to comment on a post with one of these phrases, take a break and come back later with a clear head. 
  • mansplainer/trunk/readme.txt

    r1722072 r1722106  
    1010 
    1111Fixes comments to be more technically accurate, naturally. 
     12 
     13== Description == 
     14 
     15Want to make sure that post's author knows who _really_ knows what they're trying say? Mansplain in the comments. 
     16What if a post is missing that one detail that only you know? Mansplain in the comments. 
     17Was a post succinct and well-written? Probably not well enough, and you know what that means: Mansplain. 
     18 
     19But what if you (accidentally, I'm sure) fail to indicate that you're the savior when you comment? Let Mansplain fix that for you. 
     20 
     21Mansplain helps keep your comment section technically correct (which we know is the *best* kind of correct) by prefixing comments 
     22with an appropriately helpful phrase to let everyone know that _this_ comment can be relied on to be accurate, helpful, and properly 'splained. :) 
    1223 
    1324== Installation == 
     
    3344= 1.0.0 = 
    3445* Initial release, in case you didn't already know that. 
     46 
     47== Disclaimer == 
     48 
     49This is a joke, but not really. If you're tempted to comment on a post with one of these phrases, take a break and come back later with a clear head. 
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