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Please see: Change Linebreak Markup Proposal

Now that I really think about this issue and see how divided the community is, we need to reach a compromise. The compromise would be that each individual wiki developer could choose which line break system to use. Our goal is to make a common unified wiki syntax and not to try to reform all the wiki engines out there. I think this is something we could all get behind. Feel free to go ahead and "vote" below, so we can get a better feel of which direction our community is leaning.

-- Chuck Smith, 2007-Jan-23

Informal Poll #

We have a very controversial decision to make, so if you would, please list your opinion below on how Creole should create line breaks, that is, the thing that turns into an HTML <br>

This is just an informal poll to see which direction our community is leaning.

Option A: Blog-like#

(single line breaks are treated as line breaks, current Creole 0.3)

Supporters:

Option B: Wiki-like#

(single line breaks are ignored, special markup for linebreaks, proposal for Creole 0.4)

Supporters:

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