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    latest info on Creole please visit our News blog If you would like to suggest something and don t know where to put it use the Talk page Wikis share common design principles each wiki engine having its own strengths and weaknesses There are wiki engines best for big communities or for corporate usage depending on the IT infrastructure Other wiki engines are simple to install for personal usage Users have different roles and might use many wiki engines Because wiki engines have different markup languages it makes them hard to use together Creole is a common wiki markup language to be used across different wikis It s not replacing existing markup but instead enabling wiki users to transfer content seamlessly across wikis and for novice users to contribute more easily Creole will create a community of wikis users and developers that forms a Wiki Ohana This wiki was initiated and originally set up by the people at the Wiki Markup Standard Workshop at the WikiSym2006 Creole Cheat Sheet WikiCreole is not suggesting an arbitrary markup We have conducted intensive research on common wiki markup elements see reasoning Each element was discussed in detail on the talk pages of this wiki and chosen according to the goals and good practices formulated by a broad variety of wiki developers and users from different engines see people The cheat sheet is a digest of this work See the cheat sheet page for a full view For details on the different elements see the current stable spec Creole 1 0 If you have questions about elements use the talk pages of the according element pages Process Ward Cunningham is explaining Creole at the WMS workshop at WikiSym 2006 Our conclusions for a beta wiki Creole markup have been placed at all markup detailed

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  • Wiki Ohana
    the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Wiki Ohana Your trail Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Ohana means family see Eugene Kim s original blogentry on the wiki ohana idea to learn more about it The Wiki Ohana wiki is where people try to draw the wiki family closer together and identify their common values The

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  • WikiCreole: Login
    email Wanna login Sign in to public creole Don t have an account Join public creole now Create a new user profile Login name Password Password verify Name Use your name in Access Control Lists or wiki Groups E mail address optional If you lose your password you can ask to have a new random password sent to this address Captcha This wiki automatically remembers you using cookies without requiring

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  • put it use the Talk page Wikis share Ohana WikiPrinciples common design principles each wiki engine having its own strengths and weaknesses There are wiki engines best for big communities or for corporate usage depending on the IT infrastructure Other wiki engines are simple to install for personal usage Users have different roles and might use many wiki engines Because wiki engines have different markup languages it makes them hard to use together Creole is a common wiki markup language to be used across different wikis It s not replacing existing markup but instead enabling wiki users to transfer content seamlessly across wikis and for novice users to contribute more easily Creole will create a community of wikis users and developers that forms a Wiki Ohana This wiki was initiated and originally set up by the people at the http ws2006 wikisym org space Workshop 3e 3eWiki Markup Standard Wiki Markup Standard Workshop at the WikiSym2006 Creole Cheat Sheet WikiCreole is not suggesting an arbitrary markup We have conducted intensive research on common wiki markup elements see reasoning Each element was discussed in detail on the talk pages of this wiki and chosen according to the goals and good practices formulated by a broad variety of wiki developers and users from different engines see people The cheat sheet is a digest of this work See the cheat sheet page for a full view For details on the different elements see the current stable spec Creole 1 0 If you have questions about elements use the talk pages of the according element pages Process WikiSym2006 wikisym06 wms workshop jpg Ward Cunningham is explaining Creole at the WMS workshop at WikiSym 2006 X Our conclusions for a beta wiki Creole markup have been placed at all markup detailed analysis can be found

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  • News
    wiki node Sandbox Copyright C by the contributors Some rights reserved license BY SA Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear News Your trail Home WikiOhana Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo This is the Creole newsblog 90 Days For smaller internal announcements check out Talk Archives 2006 August September October November December 2007 January

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  • People
    like on the current markup and how you would like to see this improved Panel of the WMS Workshop Wikisym 06 Christoph Sauer initiator of Wiki Creole founder of WikiWizard project Chuck Smith founder of Esperanto Wikipedia Janne Jalkanen head developer of JSPWiki Ward Cunningham inventor of wikis and C2 Participants at the WMS Workshop Wikisym 06 Alain Desilets coauthor of Are Wikis Usable head organizer of Wikisym 2007 Angelo Di Iorio Anika Henke Andreas Gohr head developer of DokuWiki webmaster of WikiMatrix Brion Vibber head developer of MediaWiki Colas Nahaboo works for ilog Dirk Riehle head organizer of WikiSym 05 06 Eugene Kim head developer of PurpleWiki Harri Lakkala responsible for Wikis at Nokia Kevin Makice politicWiki Indiana University Silvan Reinhold university of Frankfurt Stephan Schmidt SnipSnap Radeox developer Mark Gaved admin of the Open Guide to Milton Keynes Matthias L Jugel SnipSnap Radeox developer Michel Buffa university of Nice Others interested in Creole Matthias Hader Mattis Manzel DarTar head developer of WikkaWiki Alex Schroeder aka kensanata on wiki freenode Radomir Dopieralski Thomas Waldmann head developer of MoinMoin Martin Budden TiddlyWiki developer specializing in formatters Martijn van der Kleijn Project lead and lead developer of VQWiki Jared Williams wiki developer Michael Klockmann wiki developer Michele Tomaiuolo developing a Creole extension for the PEAR Text Wiki package Mark Wharton software engineer interested in Creole Eric Chartre software architect wanting to contribute to the standard Raph Levien developer of Barghest Daniel Brüßler software developer and lover of the wiki way interested in Creole as common wiki syntax Steffen Schramm student and author of the Creole pagefilter for JSPWiki Roie Black educator and wiki developer Patrick Michaud developer for PmWiki Earle Martin developer for OpenGuides Yves Piguet lead developer of http www calerga com Sebastian Schmidt Viktor Söderqvist GregorHagedorn Joachim Stolberg developer

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  • Versions
    overview of differences between the versions Take a look at CheatSheet for a quick overview of markup elements Creole 1 0 final 2007 Jul 04 frozen for two years Changes from Creole 0 6 replaced hyphen back to asterisk for bullet lists added interwiki links Check out the Creole 1 0 Test Cases Also see the Creole 1 0 Grammars Creole 0 7 rejected no consensus 2007 May 02 Changes from Creole 0 6 added interwiki links more details about disambiguation of hyphens from signatures nowiki monospace left to developer with best practice of making nowiki in line and block to be monospace Creole 0 6 stable 2007 Apr 24 Changes changed asterisk for bullet lists to hyphen see Hyphen List Markup Proposal removed monospace requirement from in line nowiki part of Proportional Font Nowiki Proposal Creole 0 5 stable 2007 Feb 27 Proposals Creole 0 5 RequireSpaceAfterBulletProposal AlternateLinkSyntaxProposal AddNoWikiEscapeProposal Not to forget Tables with headings Changes from Creole 0 4 space as escape character before ending triple curly braces in nowiki see Add No Wiki Escape Proposal embedded nowiki preformatted is allowed in tables Changed Any markup except for images within a link will not be parsed At least images inside links must be supported Parsing other markup within a link is not required optional equal sign directly following pipe defines a table header see Talk Table relaxed the no markup allowed rules Creole 0 4 stable 2007 Jan 31 Proposals Creole 0 4 ChangeLinebreakMarkupProposal Changes from Creole 0 3 requirement to support wiki style linebreaks see ChangeLinebreakMarkupProposal can put line breaks in table cells allow for level one headings like this really big heading Creole 0 3 stable Final v0 3 spec of Creole 2006 Dec 19 Creole 0 3 Changes from Creole 0 2 Tables all cells

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  • Creole 1.0
    for line breaks Creole This is the first line and this is the second Recommended XHTML This is the first line br and this is the second Sample Output This is the first line and this is the second Rationale blog style vs wiki style There was a long discussion whether to use blog style or wiki style legacy style line breaks We decided to change the original blog style line break recommendation treat linebreaks as line breaks from Creole 0 3 to the wiki style linebreaks recommendation Wikis must support forced line break syntax We encourage engine developers that have already implemented the Creole 0 3 style blog style line breaks not to throw away their implementation but to add an option so that administrators can choose in which mode to run their installation This way we hope to gain more experience with blog style line breaks In a blog style line break mode the forced line break syntax must be supported so that line breaks will properly migrate when people copy text from a wiki with forced line break characters More details Lists List items begin with a or a at the beginning of a line Whitespace is optional before and after the or characters however a space is required afterwards if the list element starts with bold text A list item ends at the line which begins with a or character next item or sublist blank line heading table or nowiki block like paragraphs it can span multiple lines and contain line breaks forced with It is recommended to have support for a depth of at least five levels of nesting Bold italics links and nowiki can be used in list items but they cannot span several list items About unordered lists and bold a line starting with including optional whitespace before and afterwards immediately following any list element on a line above will be treated as a nested unordered list element Otherwise it will be treated as the beginning of bold text Unordered Lists Creole Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Recommended XHTML ul li Item 1 ul li Item 1 1 li ul li li Item 2 li ul Sample Output Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Rationale A large majority of wiki engines use an asterisk to denote bullet lists The multiple asterisk approach for sublists was the first wiki syntax for sublists Users do not need to count leading spaces like in markups where a sublist level is determined by the number of its leading spaces Optional leading spaces can be used to make the Creole markup clearer if the author wishes so More details Ordered Lists Creole Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Recommended XHTML ol li Item 1 ol li Item 1 1 li ol li li Item 2 li ol Sample Output Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Rationale The number sign is used for ordered lists in most wikis More details Horizontal Rule Whitespace is

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