This cleditor github organization is somewhat abandoned at the moment. If anyone would like to take over and coordinate development, I'd happily hand over the keys. cleditor represents a sane, tight approach to HTML editing so it would be great to see it thrive.
The original cleditor project can still be found at http://premiumsoftware.net/cleditor/
I was just wondering why you abandoned the cleditor project on github, there are 2 more pull requests one at least seems to fix an issue. Cheers Lukas Oppermann
Hi Lukas. I was hoping that all the patches flowing over the mailing list would coalesce on github and things would progress without taking as much of Chris's time. At the time, few people seemed to care. Then I stopped using cleditor altogether. If you'd like to revive it and give it active stewardship, I'm happy to hand over the passwords. Even though I'm not using html editors anymore, I'd love to see a cleditor revival. :) - Scott
AFAICT html editing is still dismal. There's gigantic, overbearing CKeditor of course. And then there's Aloha that looks pretty slick but has licensing that I couldn't use in my commercial projects. And both of those are still a little buggy -- they just don't feel as natural as, say, using Word. I guess that's why everybody has converted to Markdown. - Scott
Yeah, CKeditor is just so freaking slow. I like the fast and reduced approach of cleditor. Markdown is nice, but it does not work for clients I feel. They rather use a "word-like" editor.
I totally agree.