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I am developing a semantic wiki engine that builds on Creole syntax conventions to support documents and other material relevant to the needs of transactional law.

I am impressed by the work that the WikiCreole community has accomplished -- normalizing common markup across the many wiki engines is no small feat.

However it is time I think to push into a new territory that addresses the needs of wiki applications, wiki books, wiki documents, and other upcoming uses of the paradigm. In particular Creole 2.0 should include a standard markup providing:

  • fine-grained XHTML support
  • robust XSL support including pagesets
  • complete support for semantic annotations & queries
  • core semantic models of a wiki and its articles
  • interwiki support and namespace standardizations

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« This particular version was published on 15-Sep-2008 20:08 by JohnMcClure.