[SciPy-Dev] Migrating to Markdown Syntax from reStructured Text in SPC
Fri Jul 5 08:55:08 CDT 2013
On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 4:43 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 5:29 AM, Andreas Hilboll <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On 04.07.2013 11:23, Matthias BUSSONNIER wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> Le 4 juil. 2013 à 10:30, Surya Kasturi a écrit :
> >>> 1. reST has some security issues - Someone can put some raw HTML in it
> >>> and thus creating vulnerabilities.. Better explained at
> >> But markdown is a superset of HTML… so you implicitly allow to write
> >> html if you switch to MD… but you can sanitize.. (just sayin')
> >>> 2. currently reST to HTML conversion is done on the server side! It
> >>> could be done on client side enabling better text editing and
> >>> previewing..
> >> I hope you cache the redered pages…
> >>> Markdown seems to be a decent option since there are some opensource
> >>> tools (by Stackoverflow) and we can start integrating them with our
> >>> http://code.google.com/p/pagedown/wiki/PageDown
> >>> (link previously referred by Sebastian during discussion - thanks!)
> >> IPython just switched from PageDown to Marked… it support GFM, and user
> >> are really used to it.
> >> Le 4 juil. 2013 à 10:38, Andreas Hilboll a écrit :
> >>> On 04.07.2013 10:30, Surya Kasturi wrote:
> >>> Using markdown might also make the notebook export easier, right?
> >> That's funny, a few weeks ago we were saying that markdown was too
> >> restrictive and that
> >> it might be worth fixing rst problem than trying to extend markdown and
> >> switching back to
> >> rst one day… (don't worry, not soon), discussion should have been
> >> recored on youtube.
> > Well, I personally do prefer reST. So if the reST problems were fixed
> > and the notebooks would support reST, then reST would be my favourite
> > SPyCe solution ... But until then, using MD in SPyCe would make the
> > notebook export easier.
> Similar here, I'm writing almost only reST these days.
> github allows reSt in the Wiki (without extensions and maybe reduced
> directives), so it should be possible to solve any security issues.
> (github offers a choice of markup)
> > -- Andreas.
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Okay.. looks like there are lots of ReST fans here :) No problem, I will
And one more thing -- do we need photos' attachment in comments?
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