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Subject: Re: [dita-lightweight-dita] LW DITA for Hjson
You are slipping close to where Mark Baker is headed with the
human-writeable structured format he's working on. And since we
have headed into "program-readable/human-writeable" formats
anyway, look at
https://zedshaw.com/archive/stackish-an-xml-alternative/. I have
reservations about hitching onto any of these designs that are not
already as deeply embraced in user and tooling support as markdown
or HTML or XML. I am thinking that the future of content may
seriously challenge whether our storage formats ever should
surface in the authoring interfaces. The crystal ball is still
On 4/15/2016 9:02 PM, Mark Giffin wrote:
I just ran across Hjson, "The Human JSON", and I couldn't help but start thinking about Lightweight DITA for Hjson. Or HJDITA if you will. This is even before LW DITA for JSON, unless I missed it.
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