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== History ==
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To quote [[wikipedia:Markdown#CommonMark|Markdown#CommonMark]]
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''<blockquote>From 2012, a group of people including [[wikipedia:Jeff Atwood|Jeff Atwood]] and [[wikipedia:John MacFarlane (philosopher) | John MacFarlane]] launched what Atwood characterized as a standardization effort.<ref name="FutureOfMarkdown">{{cite web |last=Atwood |first=Jeff |url=http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/2012/10/the-future-of-markdown.html |title=The Future of Markdown |publisher=CodingHorror.com |date=2012-10-25 |accessdate=2014-04-25}}</ref> A community website now aims to "document various tools and resources available to document authors and developers, as well as implementors of the various markdown implementations".<ref>{{cite web|url=https://markdown.github.io/ |title=Markdown Community Page |publisher=GitHub |accessdate=2014-04-25}}</ref> In September 2014, Gruber objected to the usage of "Markdown" in the name of this effort and it was rebranded as a new dialect named CommonMark.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://blog.codinghorror.com/standard-markdown-is-now-common-markdown/ |title=Standard Markdown is now Common Markdown |publisher=Jeff Atwood |accessdate=2014-10-07}}</ref><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.infoq.com/news/2014/09/markdown-commonmark |title=Standard Markdown Becomes Common Markdown then CommonMark |work=InfoQ |accessdate=2014-10-07}}</ref> CommonMark.org published several versions of a specification, reference implementation, and test suite, and "[plans] to announce a finalized 1.0 spec and test suite in 2019."<ref name="commonmark.org">{{cite web|url=http://commonmark.org/|title=CommonMark|last=|first=|date=|website=|language=English|access-date=20 Jun 2018|quote=" The current version of the CommonMark spec is complete, and quite robust after a year of public feedback … but not quite final. With your help, we plan to announce a finalized 1.0 spec and test suite in 2019."}}</ref>
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To quote Markdown#CommonMark

From 2012, a group of people including Jeff Atwood and John MacFarlane launched what Atwood characterized as a standardization effort.[1] A community website now aims to "document various tools and resources available to document authors and developers, as well as implementors of the various markdown implementations".[2] In September 2014, Gruber objected to the usage of "Markdown" in the name of this effort and it was rebranded as a new dialect named CommonMark.[3][4] CommonMark.org published several versions of a specification, reference implementation, and test suite, and "[plans] to announce a finalized 1.0 spec and test suite in 2019."[5]

  1. The Future of Markdown, author: Atwood, Jeff, publisher: CodingHorror.com, date: 2012-10-25, accessdate: 2014-04-25
  2. Markdown Community Page, author: unknown, , publisher: GitHub, date: unknown, accessdate: 2014-04-25
  3. Standard Markdown is now Common Markdown, author: unknown, , publisher: Jeff Atwood, date: unknown, accessdate: 2014-10-07
  4. Standard Markdown Becomes Common Markdown then CommonMark, author: unknown, , publisher: unknown, date: unknown, accessdate: 2014-10-07
  5. CommonMark, author: , , publisher: unknown, date: , accessdate: unknown