Yes, if I were starting today I'd have written it in asciidoc. But the spec is almost 10 years old, asciidoc wasn't around when we started (AFAIK).

Have fun,

    Oren Ben-Kiki

On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 4:49 PM, Trans <transfire@gmail.com> wrote:


On Oct 25, 1:26 am, Ingy dot Net <i...@ingy.net> wrote:
> Greetings,
>
> Thank you for taking the time to make these suggestions. My first thought
> was that the spec authoring/maintenance should be a more open process. My
> second thought was that we really should have the spec on github, so people
> could file issues, fork the spec, and send pull requests. My third thought
> was realizing this:
>
> https://github.com/orenbenkiki/yaml-spec

It would help if one could make any sense of all that. I wouldn't even
no where to start. Guess I now know why people tend to mention DocBook
as it were the epitome of barfing.

At the very least could some appropriate subdirs be used?


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