On 16/09/2017 21:48, Andrew Gwozdziewycz wrote:

I've been hacking on a way to make *simpler* slideshow presentations, which 
I'll actually present briefly at Racketcon next month. The idea is to take 
something plaintext and turn it into slides, so you don't have to be a pict 
master. I am trying to work in how to include slides that are Picts, but it's 
still a bit early.

This looks interesting! But it also looks like you are inventing yet another lightweight markup language. You do mention Markdown as an inspiration, so why not use it fully? There's a Markdown parser ready for reuse:


For slideshow-specific features such as speaker notes, you could copy other Markdown-based slideshow tools, e.g. reveal.js.


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