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BTW, I'm doing a Community Manager IRC meet up over in the #sourceforge channel at 9:00 AM Pacific - that's in 1 hour and 5 min
cool beans :)
History section needs filling out
hinojosa: maybe you could share with Cory (assuming its not public-ready) the paper you've worked on that has a fair bit of history written up?
ah - I'll send that direct to cory_fu
cory_fu: overall, I like it a lot. definitely worth sending through the mailing list too
I'm sending that direct, as opposed to via the allure mailing list as this is not yet complete
once complete, it should be filed accordingly. ;)
hinojosa: you should fix/train your autocorrect so it does replace allura -> allure
At least, I assume it's autocorrect at fault here. ;)
ya - i should… or teach my brain to observe such things...
however, for going on 20 years now, I cannot ever type "from" correctly - it's usually form...
the converse is actually true on a regular basis - go figure...
wilx was just asking in #sourceforge if it's possible to avoid the effects of "nl2br" for markdown processing.
I suspect not, but would like to confirm.
wilx: also, would be nice to know why you'd like to work around it. We may need to figure out a workaround for you, so your use case would be helpful.
ctsai-sf: no, pretty sure no way around that
i know some people like to break paragraphs into lines for easier editing & better diffs
Well. I am trying to put log4cplus README which is written in Pandoc's Markdown onto project's wiki on SF. I have defeated the nl2br extension by filtering the document using Pandoc with '-t markdown_strict+hard_line_breaks'.
The last wart appears to be that the conversion escapes ~ to \~ and that is rendered as \~ instead of just the ~.
no idea about that. might be an issue with the python markdown library we use. I just tried the latest version of that with allura and it still gives \~
I feel like you had a lot of good info in there, but it was more about the SF side of opening up Allura. :-)
check the links form the footnotes
there are blog posts on SF.net/blog/ that detail action
as well, did a lot of 1:1 w/brondsem and mramm2