Our homepage https://asciidoc3.org was somewhat updated. No big deal, only proofreading and typos.
Take a look at https://gitlab.com/asciidoc3/asciidoc3
You’ll see there new files in directory ‘tests’: ‘standard’ tests suitable for AsciiDoc3 are available again. Nothing spectacular at this moment, but it is a good start and there are more in the pipeline.
What is going on about AsciiDoc3? First we are working on an advanced test-suite: so you can “in a flash” screen if your new version of asciidoc3.py produces the binary identical output compared with the previous version. Release date is scheduled the first week of Aug ’18 (gitlab.com/asciidoc3/asciidoc3).
Second is the careful modification of the website https://asciidoc3.org towards a responsive layout. Some steps are already made, we have no fixed timetable here.
The former repo on GitHub github.com/asciidoc3/asciidoc3 is still there. But from now on it serves as a ‘starting point’ to the up-to-date repo on GitLab https://gitlab.com/asciidoc3/asciidoc3. Please use the new location for all your comments/issues/merge-requests.
There is a new page on asciidoc3.org: https://asciidoc3.org/asciidoc3port.html
There you can find information about the process of porting AsciiDoc to AsciiDoc3 (Python3). Not mandatory when using AsciiDoc3 of course, but – as I think – interesting for those, who want understand more about the details of the program.
In consequence of the MicroSoft/GitHub deal AsciiDoc3 migrates to GitLab (see: https://about.gitlab.com/2018/06/03/movingtogitlab/) You can find us here:
The repo on GitHub is still open for comments, but all further development will be on GitLab.