Just a fellow enthusiast, I guess . And while my ruby coding skills are fairly limited I have been able to contribute a miniscule amount of code , and I am doing my best to keep track of the changes, testing them out and finding potential bugs before putting them in production (I’m running a very small private forum, where I have connected a small custom app with the forum via API, which relies on the events plugin).
And definitely nice to meet you too, this plugin (and others here) really are awesome and deserve every bit of effort.
I don’t really see the ability to edit event details on wikis as a request for any new functionality, more just as a natural consequence of what the purpose of a wiki is: collaborative effort.
I believe it’s perfectly in line with the core Discourse vision, which can be seen in the discussion about the similar request to be able to edit tags on wikis, and by Sam’s response on Meta.
I don’t know about RSVP’s, there seems to be a real PII issue there which perhaps requires an additional setting, and a thorough consideration before making such an event into a wiki (I don’t suspect many users will ever do this anyway, but it would be consistent with the purpose of the wikis to be able to do so).
But for a regular event, which is also a wiki, permissions to edit the event details can be governed by
events min trust to create setting, used analogously as per Sam’s post above (‘Wiki editors should be allowed to edit tags as long as: min trust level to tag topics is met’)—meaning anyone who has permissions to create events can also edit them, not only on their own topics but also in all wiki topics.