On this document
This is a collection of notes concerning writing. It’s not a tutorial on how to write. It’s aimed at writing posts for this website.
Semantic Line breaks
On https://www.gwern.net/About Gwern Branwen writes:
The source files are written in Pandoc Markdown (Pandoc: John MacFarlane et al; GPL) (source files: Gwern Branwen, CC-0). The Pandoc Markdown uses a number of extensions; pipe tables are preferred for anything but the simplest tables; and I use semantic linefeeds (also called “semantic line breaks” or “ventilated prose”) formatting.
TODO: investigate this. Is it worth it? M-q with Emacs makes very pretty paragraphs :-P
Is there a mode for Emacs? Is there something which can prevent M-q from messing the text up aside from disabling it?
Comments in Markdown
in org-mode, comments are easy. Markdown does not seem to provide this. Is abusing link labels acceptable? Does it work everywhere?
(empty line) [//]: # (This should not appear in the HTML)