the future of markdown, according to jeff atwood (and/or david greenspan)

Bowerbird at Bowerbird at
Thu Oct 25 21:21:07 EDT 2012

like history, the future is decided by the people who write it...


by the way, if you want a form of light-markup which is
still flexible enough to be molded, but will be _totally_
free of ambiguities and "edge-cases", and governed by
a well-written specification and thorough documentation,
along with an exhaustive test-suite (in a single document,
rather than spread across a ton of little single-issue files),
which is easy for completely naive end-users to grok fully,
and even easier for competent programmers to code for,
although there's little need, since the system's logic exists
both in pseudo-code and routines for several languages...

well, if that's what you're looking for, i have a contender...


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