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Re: [asciidoc-wg] Exciting!

Hi Jesse and Manfred,

Jesse, users (and those pushing it to the max) of AsciiDoc are exactly who we want involved so we can be sure to keep AsciiDoc on the path that brought you to it.

Manfred, we want to build on that natural appreciation of AsciiDoc. To that end, better tooling (and the rules necessary to make it possible) is definitely something we want to see come out of this effort.

Best regards,


On Fri, Feb 14, 2020 at 6:36 PM Manfred Moser <manfred@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I totally agree with Jesse. Have been using asciidoc for years and the more I am being forced to work with markdown and recently rst the more I appreciate asciidoc. Luckily I work on a book for OReilly using asciidoc at the moment ;-)

A good standard would be great for tooling and general advancements in the community,


Jesse McConnell wrote on 2020-02-14 08:48 (GMT -08:00):

Happy to see this WG take shape, been a user and abuser of asciidoc (asciidoctor specifically) for quite some time and looking forward to seeing what comes out of this group.  I am told that implementation is going to be involved as well, can't wait!
Not sure I see much Jetty can do outside of being a user here but I have had a soft spot for this area for a long time so will be chiming in where it seems appropriate!

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