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We could ideally write direclty on Wikitext. One of the benefits is the great time savings. Most of us working on Mothership/Floor are translators, also, if you type well, learning the languages means that you can format while you're typing. Isn't that great?

The woes of bilinguism

False friend alert

Wiki text IS A DIFFERENT LANGUAGE FROM MARKDOWN. Markdown (find out more in the Guerrilla Media entry on it) is very similar to wikitext, but like Spanish and Portuguese it may confuse people. For the benefit of the LABS, we want wiki editing to be as simple as possible so folks don't have to learn the language and just use the Wysiwig, but the editor is kinda meh.Hello I can be a comment! Would this work?

Questions is can we do this in-team. And how do we comment on shit? Or suggest changes or the many other features we use in Google docs???

Some problems with Gdocs

  1. It's Google
  2. Undermines our FLOSS/Political cred
  3. Inserts complexity in what should be a very streamlined process
  4. Converts like shit to mediwiki (yes, there are converters available... see the methodology here

You want chuletas? Let's have 'em!



  1. Hello! I'm a footnote. Do you read me?