The Future of post.js?
During my adventures through the old and new templates I eventually developed a lot of hate for a file by the innocent name of
post.js. As I understand, it was mainly just carried over from CNPROG. Well, I'm sure these guys had their reasons, but two things bother me:
- AskBot uses JQuery, post.js however could be written much more efficiently exploiting all of jQuery's features.
- More importantly: requirements on the site's structure are hard coded into
post.js, for example it wants me to use a
delete-iconfor the delete comment element, but an
What's your opinion on
Edit: Separated possible solution into an answer to facilitate discussion.