Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why we need constrainable lightweight markup languages

This post is in response to a Twitter conversation that started with:   “Why You Shouldn’t Use “Markdown” for Documentation” by @ericholscher:https://t.co/lZYz8u0dKN@mbakeranalecta #TechComm #XML #markdown — Stefan Gentz (@stefangentz) June 3, 2016 This led to a discussion about extensibility and constraints in markup languages. Markdown is a pretty simple lightweight markup language (and popular for… Read More »