Very useful thoughts for someone like me.
One thing missing, at least I can't find one, is a CRIB sheet of existing
syntax ... something along the lines of those that Tobias did for Filters
and WikiText examples.
My single biggest issue as an idiot is that I forget what all the variant
brackets mean so have to go fish around and look them up repeatedly. I've
found it hard to consolidate what I know in a way that becomes intuitive.
Crib sheets help people like me get out fog.
The rest of your points I think I understand, but, before one starts
changing fundamentals, I'm wondering is just gathering all the syntax on
one "page" with simple examples might not do what is needed.
> I just want to bounce this thought to hear if it makes sense:
> The idea is about how to simplify the syntax, or at least make it easier
> to learn.
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