# Wow

This project deserves more attention than its getting. How have I been obsessed with Markdown for this long and not yet discovered this? It's beautiful.

Imagine if this were built alongside or on top of a robust OER repository!

It supports equations natively.

It apparently only does equation blocks and not inline equations, but that's a pretty small $\frac{1}{2}$ feature request, I imagine.

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\begin{equation}

\begin{aligned}

\frac{\partial\mathcal{D}}{\partial t} \quad & = \quad \nabla\times\mathcal{H}, & \quad \\

\frac{\partial\mathcal{B}}{\partial t} \quad & = \quad -\nabla\times\mathcal{E}, & \quad \\

\nabla\cdot\mathcal{B} \quad & = \quad 0, & \quad \\

\nabla\cdot\mathcal{D} \quad & = \quad 0. & \quad

\end{aligned}

\end{equation}

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How does it handle tables?

This is a thing | And this is another |

Wow. | Not bad! |

There is a strange space above the table. That's kind of weird, but also likely a pretty small fix to make.

It also seems to only allow other users to make changes to a branches. I like that, but it would also be great if users could could fork a copy for their own purposes instead of for the purpose of their modifications being eventually pulled back into the original branch.

- Brush up on Markdown: http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/basics
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