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commit de30774b4a01a9f39199efc3e66bd4bf794ff9b0
Author: Raster <ras...@rasterman.com>
Date:   Mon Feb 15 00:53:42 2016 -0800

    Wiki page newsdata changed with summary [] by Raster
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 pages/news/newsdata.txt | 17 -----------------
 1 file changed, 17 deletions(-)

diff --git a/pages/news/newsdata.txt b/pages/news/newsdata.txt
index fc615a7..ba3eba1 100644
--- a/pages/news/newsdata.txt
+++ b/pages/news/newsdata.txt
@@ -15,20 +15,3 @@ Due to changes in an update of Phabricator, we lost all news 
styling control, an
   * author: raster
   * tags: 
 
-====== This is a sample article ======
-
-  * anchor: #20160214200356
-  * head: This is a sample article
-  * subtitle: Subtitle goes here
-  * link: /news/allnewsdata#20160214200356
-  * start: 2016-02-14
-  * stop: 2016-06-14
-  * text: 
-The content goes here. It can be long or short. This is going to at least have 
a few lines in a single paragraph to see how things go. Define a Headline and 
the content of the news article you want to create. You may use standard 
DokuWiki Syntax within the article, it will be recognized and handled 
accordingly. The link is automatically created but for what reason ever you may 
want to change it. Take care that you properly set the anchor or the link will 
jump to the top of the referenced [...]
-
-Now for a second paragraph. Define a Headline and the content of the news 
article you want to create. You may use standard DokuWiki Syntax within the 
article, it will be recognized and handled accordingly. The link is 
automatically created but for what reason ever you may want to change it. Take 
care that you properly set the anchor or the link will jump to the top of the 
referenced page. There is a small counter on top of the text input area to give 
you the quantity of entered words.
-
-And a third short one goes here **some bold text** as well to test
-  * author: raster
-  * tags: moo
-

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