#asciidoc Portal

AsciiDoc is a markup language that is richer than Markdown, but is still considered a lightweight markup language. For an overview of AsciiDoc’s history and implementations, including AsciiDoc.py and Asciidoctor (formerly known as AsciiDoc.rb), see wikipedia.org/wiki/AsciiDoc.

 
 

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AsciiDoc News

2021-April-28  AsciiDoctor v2.0.15 released. To keep up with releases of Asciidoctor see github.com/asciidoctor/asciidoctor/releases or twitter.com/@asciidoctor.

2021-January-5  asciidoctor.org published a major update of the AsciiDoc Language Documentation at docs.asciidoctor.org.

 

Note that a link flagged with a star () is regularly updated and is listed on the #zeitgeist Portal.

 

Chat

If you see “OPEN CHAT” in the lower right corner of this page, you can click it to see the gitter.im/asciidoctor/asciidoctor chat room embedded here. This and more Asciidoctor Gitter chat rooms are listed at gitter.im/asciidoctor/home.

Starting in March 2021, Asciidoctor chatting mainly takes place at asciidoctor.zulipchat.com.

Currently Zulip chat requires user registration, but there is discussion about changing that in Zulip GitHub Issue #13172: Add support for logged-out reading of Zulip history for public organizations. If you would like this, please up vote this issue.👍

To learn about Zulip, see Infinite Ink’s Open Up Zulip.

 

Timelines on Twitter

The tweets in this section are from Twitter lists that I created and might be related to #asciidoc.

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Because Twitter auto refreshes embedded timelines, I prefer to read them by jumping to the end of the tweets and then scrolling up.

 

@nm/lists/asciidoc

 

If you are signed in to Twitter, you can view the members of the above Twitter list, at twitter.com/nm/lists/asciidoc/members.

 

@nm/lists/asciidocuser

 

If you are signed in to Twitter, you can view the members of the above Twitter list, at twitter.com/nm/lists/asciidocuser/members.

 

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1. Thanks to simpleicons.org for the image near the top of this page. For details about this image, see github.com/simple-icons/simple-icons/issues/1852 and github.com/simple-icons/simple-icons/blob/develop/icons/asciidoctor.svg.