A Ghostly guide to writing in Markdown Paid Members Public
One of the single best investments of time I’ve made in recent years was learning Markdown [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2013/06/markdown-fast-blogging.html]. This sums up why: > Once you get the hang of Markdown, it’s an incredibly powerful writing tool which will allow you to write
Markdown versus CommonMark: the ambiguity and clarity dilemma Paid Members Public
[https://i0.wp.com/www.onemanandhisblog.com/content/images/2014/09/crossroads.jpg] The “standard Markdown” controversy seems to be over and done. I was essentially offline for the weekend, and I came back to find that what was “Standard Markdown” has now become “CommonMark [http://commonmark.org]“, respecting Markdown
Writers, Coders and the Markdown landgrab Paid Members Public
If Standard Markdown (now CommonMark) wants to replace Markdown, it needs to acknowledge that it's not just a markup standard for coders.