Again, this is a feature request rather than a bug report.
A lot of work has gone into making it possible to use MathJax to view TeX on Wikipedia. Probably more than 20,000 article use TeX (or whichever variant of TeX Wikipedia uses). I have corresponded with Robert Miner, MathJax Project Director and Vice President or Research and Development at Design Science, Inc. about the fact that MathJax could now be used. I told him that possibly in coming months MathJax would be adopted as the default means of viewing TeX on Wikipedia. He wrote:
First of all, congratulations on you and your fellow contributors' monumental achievement with Wikipedia. As a mathematician by training, I have been blown away on several occasions by the depth of your coverage.
On the subject at hand, we have been corresponding with nageh a fair amount on the MathJax lists, but we will take a look at the page you cite in detail. I just skimmed it and I see there are a number of issues, some of which we know about but some that look new.
Supporting Wikipedia is very important to us, so we will definitely want to do some triage and see what we can do. Is updating the page you referenced the best way to communicate with you folks? Also, you said "in coming months" but anything more specific you can tell us about the timing (or how the decision about timing is made) will help. We will may have to rethink our release schedule depending on your timing.
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I told him him I was just guessing when I said "in coming months" and I don't work on software development. But it would be nice if we could tell him something more specific. Brion Vibber has recently said this will happen whenever someone gets to it.
Can anyone make it possible to say something more specific?