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The SocialTexy syntax

The network uses the SocialTexy syntax for writing articles. It's a markup language similar to MarkDown or to the one which Wikipedia uses. It's derived from the Texy! project which we extended by several more marks. We don't use WYSIWYG editors like TinyMCE since they produce lots of unwanted markups and would mess with source codes and other precise parts of our articles.