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Reading some feedback on meta.stackexchange.com I got the impression that this community feels quite tense about the upcoming CommonMark migration. I feel that some extra levels of transparency shared right here might make your lives a little easier and help alleviate some of the tension, so let me try to address some of the concerns and give you a more ...


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For users who are curious about how the automated edits look like, and who want to review them for potential issues: visit the profile of the Community user (ID -1), and navigate to 'all actions' → 'revisions', or use this direct link. They'll be recognizable by the edit summary "Commonmark migration": (screenshot taken from Meta.SE pending the actual ...


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This issue has been raised several times, and the central concern remains the same. When people need to show what they are seeing from TeX, we all need to see exactly what they see. Using some installed TeX system would run the risk of different package versions, etc., which might impact on the situation. More broadly, it's only in a minority of cases that ...


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Indeed. This seems like a markdown "typo." However, it is a network-wide issue and should therefore be addressed at that level. There is a similar question related to this posted on the main network meta: Markdown help page is broken (badly presented/formatted) on every site.


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