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  • Talk.Reasoning
    markup languages in general If each new proposition recommendation good practice etc is on a separate page then it s easier to document it s pros and cons interactions with other parts discussion I m not sure if this wiki is a good place to do it but we can try I m a little afraid of clashes with existing pages on this wiki and of hijacking recent changes after all it would be nice to just look at RC here and see what s new in the draft What do you people think Would you be interested in such a wiki Maybe somehting like this already exists ChristophSauer Good Idea I think this wiki would be a good place to put it and actually Ward also mentioned this idea of BestPractices If we have more implementations I would like to set up a student research project that would test the usability of creole in non technical faculties They then could use and extend those GoodPractices for creole Let s keep it here and see how it works out Let s keep the efforts focused on one wiki for now I would not be too afraid of hijacking RC If people are interested in a particular set of pages for example how the standard is evolving they can use the individual RSS feeds of every page to compile their own RC through their blogreader 2007 04 04 I like pie but I m a little concerned about the sampling of wiki engines used to make those charts I noticed that every chart uses a different set of wiki engines to compare against what are the rules of choosing them Shouldn t the sample set be uniform I started making the No Wiki Markup Comparison and I understand perfectly how hard

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  • Reasoning
    rights reserved license BY SA Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Reasoning Your trail Home MultilineListItems Home ExtensibleFormattingElementProposal Home ListOfWikiMarkup Home ListOfLineBreakMarkup Home Talk Reasoning View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Add new attachment Only authorized users are allowed to upload new attachments This page revision 5 was last changed on 19 Mar 2008 08 14 by ChristophSauer This page was created on 24 Jan 2007 13 41 by ChuckSmith Only authorized users are allowed to rename pages Only authorized users are allowed to delete pages Incoming links Reasoning All Markup Creole 0 4 Creole 0 5 Creole 0 6 Creole 0 7 Creole 1 0 Home Left Menu Outgoing links Reasoning AllMarkup BoldAndItalicsReasoning HeadingsReasoning HorizontalRuleReasoning ImagesReasoning LinksReasoning ListsReasoning ParagraphsAndLineBreaksReasoning PlaceholderReasoning PreformattedAndNowikiReasoning TablesReasoning Version Date Modified Size Author Changes Change note 5 19 Mar 2008 08 14 0 63 kB ChristophSauer to previous restore 4 19 Mar 2008 06 44 0 012 kB 61 75 192 23 to previous to last IQPwifQbJQCdXW 3 11 Apr 2007 17 50 0 63 kB ChuckSmith to previous to last note about engines in pie charts 2 24 Jan

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  • Reasoning
    allowed to upload new attachments This page revision 5 was last changed on 19 Mar 2008 08 14 by ChristophSauer This page was created on 24 Jan 2007 13 41 by ChuckSmith Only authorized users are allowed to rename pages Only authorized users are allowed to delete pages Incoming links Reasoning All Markup Creole 0 4 Creole 0 5 Creole 0 6 Creole 0 7 Creole 1 0 Home Left Menu Outgoing links Reasoning AllMarkup BoldAndItalicsReasoning HeadingsReasoning HorizontalRuleReasoning ImagesReasoning LinksReasoning ListsReasoning ParagraphsAndLineBreaksReasoning PlaceholderReasoning PreformattedAndNowikiReasoning TablesReasoning Difference between version 5 4 3 2 1 and 5 4 3 2 1 At line 1 changed one line Nice site Here are some pages listing in depth reasoning of the decisions made in Creole Feel free to add to them Bold and Italics Reasoning Lists Reasoning Headings Reasoning Links Reasoning Paragraphs and Line Breaks Reasoning Preformatted And Nowiki Reasoning Horizontal Rule Reasoning Images Reasoning Tables Reasoning Placeholder Reasoning Notice on the pie charts that when only one wiki supports a certain markup it is not included in the chart This causes pie charts to have different wiki engines for different elements Also see All Markup Version Date Modified Size Author Changes Change note

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  • WikiCreole: Login
    to register with here Account 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

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  • informational purposes It does not imply that the characters not to be used in Creole should not be used in Creole It simply says that they are not currently used Characters in Creole angle brackets asterisk also called star backslash curly brackets equal sign hyphen also called dash or minus sign see explanations number sign also called pound sign hash sign or octothorpe pipe slash square brackets tilde Characters not

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  • Talk.Terms
    is a consensus I ve moved parenthesis and colon to the list of characters not in Creole YvesPiguet 2007 Feb 05 In English square bracket s have a legitimate and common use when abbreviating quotes They are also used in diplomatic text which is the closest thing to wiki that ever existed prior to the 90s Single square brackets must be left alone for these purposes though double and triple of course do mean something It would be nice if the various types of brackets had a legitimate orthogonal rationale For instance square brackets could always be involved in linking while curly braces could always be involved in deciding how text within them was to be displayed or interpreted and parentheses could always call for processing or macros of some kind to be invoked That would allow for useful extensions or combinations of conventions from various wikis For instance supporting the tikiwiki double parenthesis to specifically mean a user specific or group specific version of a page since tikiwiki uses gACL access control and unlike most wikis there is usually quite a bit of information about the end user Allowing the regular internal link notation to coexist as a generic all purpose all users can see this baseline version of the same thing Anonymous 2007 02 05 The single square brackets as well as single curly braces and single parenthesis are left out of Creole due to their frequent appearance in normal text Thank you for your suggestions on the consistent meaning of the characters unfortuanatelly Creole is not created in vacuum and we are consider the compatibility with existing wiki markups an important goal Also most of Creole s markup is already pretty much decided Incidentally it s already pretty much how you describe it Square brackets are for all kinds of links curly braces are for all kinds of inserted objects be it nowiki code or images angle brackets are for macros and plugins finally parenthesis are not used so far By the way I took the freedom of removing the link to non existing page square brackets from your text as to avoid shallow pages RadomirDopieralski 2007 02 05 Of course it s already pretty much how I describe it because that way is right It s not a problem as long as parenthesis isn t in use to extend Creole slightly to fuse with tikiwiki in the way I suggested above However looking at the recent changes it s only been a few days since the reasoning was made visible to the whole world in proper wiki form So if Creole s markup is already pretty much decided including the bold italic mess so quickly after its initial proposal is made available for comment then I hold out no hope of its universal adoption Of all conventions those are clearly the most wrong and least compatible with the way most wiki data is now They need to be fixed Every punctuation mark deserves its own page

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  • Terms
    Christoph Only authorized users are allowed to rename pages Only authorized users are allowed to delete pages Incoming links Terms Change Italics Markup Proposal Comparison With OLPC Markup Elements Left Menu Talk Add No Wiki Escape Proposal Talk Line Breaks Talk Michele Tomaiuolo Talk Quoting Outgoing links Terms HardLineBreaks HyphensAndDashes Keyboards Pagination Previous 1 2 all Total items 40 Version Date Modified Size Author Changes Change note 40 24 Mar 2008 13 51 1 015 kB 195 205 161 130 to previous restore 39 24 Mar 2008 09 53 0 189 kB 216 32 75 138 to previous to last OcqIPATRkQmj 38 18 Mar 2008 13 21 1 015 kB ChristophSauer to previous to last restore 37 18 Mar 2008 11 46 0 012 kB 78 142 8 152 to previous to last QFxSENlDBHPiu 36 25 Oct 2007 12 45 1 015 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous to last cleanup 35 25 Oct 2007 06 05 1 029 kB 222 190 96 196 to previous to last 34 16 Oct 2007 15 18 1 015 kB ChuckSmith to previous to last restore 33 16 Oct 2007 14 55 1 026 kB 201 12 178 33 to previous to last 32 26 Sep 2007 09 31 1 015 kB ChuckSmith to previous to last restore 31 26 Sep 2007 01 05 1 033 kB 207 44 238 95 to previous to last 30 26 Sep 2007 01 03 1 025 kB 219 138 204 162 to previous to last 29 04 Aug 2007 03 24 1 015 kB ChristophSauer to previous to last tilde now in creole 28 20 Apr 2007 10 26 1 015 kB ChristophSauer to previous to last added term Hard Line Breaks 27 06 Mar 2007 12 52 0 97 kB ChristophSauer to previous to last added link

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  • Keyboards
    is easily available UK All proposed wikicreole markup characters are visible on UK keyboards accessible either by single key press or Shift key press PL The backslash pipe square brackets curly braces and single quotation mark require pressing an additional function key on polish 214 keyboard The more popular polish programmers keyboard layout is practically identical to the US layout DE Nearly all markup needs an additional key either Shift key or AltGr key But at least all the symbols are visible on the keyboard FR fr AZERTY FR ch QWERTZ All ASCII characters 32 127 are available Some markups need an additional key AltGr key or Alt key on Mac A few of them the potential and must be pressed twice since they are considered as modifiers for other letters FR ca EN ca Canadian multilingual The Canadian French keyboard comes in several flavors Nevertheless all proposed markups are available Some markups need an additional key Shift key or AltGr key Some of them depending on the chosen layout must be pressed twice since they are considered as modifiers for other letters There is a problem however from French Canadians purchasing US English keyboards most of them are outside of the province of Quebec If they change their layout for a French Canadian one important markups like square brackets greater lesser than slash curly braces are not at their respective places anymore These people must switch back and forth between two layouts IT Square brackets at sign number sign are given with AltGr Curly brackets are given with both AltGr and Shift pressed same keys as square brackets Often they re not shown on their keys Most users don t know how to get them Tilde is not available You have to go through Press Alt Num1 Num2 Num6

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