As part of the www.tikiwiki.org project, I have been talking about
writing the wiki syntax into an RFC like documentation. I think the wiki
syntax in this project is in documentation format but not looking like
I think we could quickly whack an RFC on wiki, and ask people to
contribute to it... When it is stabilised we could submit to IETF.
The advantage, is that there is already an implementation, the other
advantage would be to bring some standardisation in all the wiki.
I think since the creation of the Web, there has not been such a
revolution as wiki. Imagine an e-mail message wiki formated. No need to
use HTML anymore in a multi part message. The text can be read as is, or
wiki interpreted for better display...
On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 13:25, Harald Tveit Alvestrand wrote:
--On 28. januar 2004 12:49 +1200 Franck Martin <franck(_at_)sopac(_dot_)org>
I was just wondering if there has been any work to standardise the Wiki
syntax/system into an RFC?
Do you know of any effort to make stable documentation for the WIKI syntax
& functionality, or is it just "use the Source, Luke"?
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