Michael J Gruber <g...@drmicha.warpmail.net> writes:

> Junio C Hamano venit, vidit, dixit 07.10.2012 22:53:
>> Jeff King <p...@peff.net> writes:
>>> [1] I would not be surprised if they do not actually format all that
>>>     well. Though they are written in an asciidoc-ish style, they have
>>>     not traditionally been formatted, and I suspect there are many small
>>>     errors (like improper quoting of metacharacters) in them.
>> They aren't even "errors". As far as I (who writes the release
>> notes) am concerned, they are straight text without any asciidoc
>> or markdown mark-up.
> I'm wondering: If it's neither markdown nor markup then what is it:
> marklevel, markeven or markstraight?

They are called plain text.

> On a different note: Is pdf really the format of choice for mobile
> platforms? I'd expect something that is "formatted" (markup) but can
> reflow text intrinsically, not only by making your pdf reader jump
> through hoops. HTML?

Yeah, I've been wondering if epub or something might be a better
target myself.
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