david.chambers.05 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 16 13:28:53 EST 2011
I don't think you'll find usage tips discussed here very often, aside from
recurring questions such as “How does one include consecutive code blocks
or consecutive unordered lists?” As with most mailing lists, you're likely
to find only a portion of the posts interesting. From time to time, though,
there is interesting and constructive discussion. It tends to focus on ways
in which Markdown is being incorporated into software and ways in which the
language itself is being extended.
On 16 December 2011 09:57, John R. Rambo <jrambo001 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have subscribed to this list for about a month now.
> I am just a MarkDown user; new to it. Using it within *Ema Personal Wiki
> & Epistle* for Android.
> I am not trying to implement this cool little light language into an app I
> am developing; maybe someday.
> I signed up because I thought I might get some MarkDown use tips.
> *I have learned nothing from this list.*
> I have witnessed a lot of bitching (which I guess you could accuse me of
> now) and in-fighting. Adults acting like children.
> I just read a long post about how "no one is listening to me...."
> Waah. Waah.
> Probably going to unsubscribe; so far all of these emails have just been
> DELETE, DELETE, DELETE.
> I hope to gather some useful knowledge on this little light markup
> language. I suspect I'll not find it here. Sad.
> Save your flames, I'll not engage, I'll just unsubscribe & go sit at the
> big-people's table.
> -- John R. Rambo
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