Trouble with parentheses in Markdown hyperlinks
david.chambers.05 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 24 12:19:24 EDT 2012
I registered markdown.io for a year but did nothing with it during that time, so let the registration lapse. I'm happy to reregister this domain name (or to register a different one) and to point it at the appropriate nameservers.
On Monday, 22 October 2012 at 8:24 PM, Boris Le Ninivin wrote:
> On 10/23/2012 02:37 AM, David J. Weller-Fahy wrote:
> > Ah-hah! I knew I was too tired when I responded - let me clarify.
> > I don't believe we'll need fcgiwrap or Nginx, as I already have a
> > functional setup of ikiwiki running under mathopd, and can duplicate
> > that for another user easily enough.
> Your VPS, your call. :)
> > I can do the initial setup of the wiki and gitolite, assuming the
> > gitolite configuration is not rocket science (TM). I'll run the wiki
> > under an isolated user, set some reasonable defaults, and then get you
> > setup as the administrator. Note, I'm committing to donating VPS
> > hosting, but not to being the active maintainer of the wiki. I would
> > hand that over to you, and would be a sometime helper, but RL does not
> > allow for much free time.
> Same here, so it might be great if a couple of other people would ask
> for an access (id_rsa.pub) via git too; so they can put things we forget
> (or don't have the time to add) in the wiki.
> > I can get those items done within the next few days (before Friday,
> > certainly), and then we can test connectivity and make sure you have
> > full access to the wiki's repository.
> Depending on the availability of the virtual-server manager of the
> French association I mentionned before, I might already have (I've asked
> a few days ago, but they have much to do apparently) a working VPS at
> this point... So... Wait and see...
> > To make sure I fully understand: The intent of this Wiki would be to
> > provide a central repository for documentation about Markdown, the
> > variants available (including the 1.2b8 and other semi-official
> > variants), the quirks and bugs of each, and start working toward
> > community convergence w.r.t. a future "Markdown2," or whatever it will
> > be called. Did I capture that correctly?
> Same idea here yes. Plus a link to a (list of the?) multi-dingus, if
> > Final item: What temporary* subdomain does the community want? I can
> > put anything on the front of my "caterva.org (http://caterva.org)," and was tempted to just
> > create "md.caterva.org (http://md.caterva.org)," but realized others may have a preference. So:
> > What say y'all?
> I was thinking about using a domain under a "first level TLD" such as
> mdwn.tk (http://mdwn.tk). The thing being : We (or you) HAVE to set up a working wiki
> with some (even minimal) content before we ask for the domain, or it
> will be taken down in minutes (their policy is quite restrictive about
> non-resolving websites and inactivity). What do the others on the list
> > *: There is nothing more permanent that a temporary measure, so I tend
> > to assume temporary names are going to be permanent now. ;)
> > Anyway, that's my brain-bytes for now. If I missed anything or there
> > are questions throw them out there.
> > Regards,
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