I think I'd prefer this as a recipe (or an addition to an existing recipe)
rather than core for now.
I'm concerned a change to core might match code display segments where a single
"" represents an empty string.
I also don't know how widely this feature would be used; I suspect most people
will still end up writing "This is a quote" rather than ""This is a quote"".
I'm open to be convinced otherwise, however.
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 12:55:12PM +0100, Hans wrote:
> Hi, I was wondering what your thoughts may be on a new markup
> for quoted text.
> HTML offers the use of <q>quoted text</q>
> which browsers display as text surrounded by a left and a right double
> I was thinking a markup of ""quoted text"" may be useful for that,
> easy to write and to remember, inline text surrounded by two double
> quotes. It certainly beats the use of “quoted text”
> ## ""quote""
> Any thoughts pro or against? Could this be added to the core?
> Best regards,
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