On Fri, 15 Aug 2014 13:06:58 -0700 (PDT)
"mojavelinux [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion]"
and thank you for your replies.
> Thanks for the words of encouragement! We're glad to have you around.
> I'm thrilled to hear that Asciidoctor is helping you make it to
> dreamland and get docs on your Kobo reader. That's exactly what we're
> hoping to achieve!
> You're helping already just by showing up, using Asciidoctor and
> providing feedback. One day, you'll see something you want changed
> and before you know it, you'll see something you want changed and
> you'll know (or learn) what to do when that day arrives.
Yeah, I think so. ;)
> Speaking of Go, I definitely want to see Asciidoctor implemented in
> Go one day. There's a prototype out there, so who knows...maybe it
> will provide something fun to hack on. See
It's not because I'm into Go, but I really believe that it would be perfect
match for AsciiDoctor, mostly beacuse of super-easy deployment which is, imho,
more user-friendly for not so tech-savvy users.
Personally, I'm running Debian Sid, but still do not like when/if I've to
fiddle with manually installing (Ruby) gems if the stuff is not available for
In a similar vein I also like Fossil DVCS being single binary - super easy
deployment although I'm aware that most of the stuff is happening @Github.
Otoh, before Asciidoctor, AsciiDoc was not conquering as today's tornado. :-)
> Thanks for being part of the group!
Thank you for encouragement!