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Re: [asciidoc-wg] Hello everyone!


I'm going to just ride on this thread and introduce myself. I work with Jason Porter at Red Hat, but am primarily focused on the web front-end side of things. I'm looking forward to helping out with the spec and any web implementations that come from it.

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 2:11 PM Jason Porter <jporter@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello to the other 86/87 people!

I'm Jason Porter. I've been involved with asciidoctor since the early days. I guess you could say I helped push Dan toward asciidoc instead of other areas. Or at least I helped form his opinion on some things :) I also worked on bringing asciidoctorj to life.

I work for Red Hat in the middleware division doing a bunch of odd jobs. I'm currently working with some of the documentation people on tooling, among other things. I've used asciidoc to write one, soon to be two books, multiple slide decks, and blogs, and software documentation to name a few of the use cases.

I'm interested in helping out with an implementation, but also the spec as soon as we get going.


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